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Hi everyone, 

I have decided to learn BSL because I would like to pursue a career in healthcare and want to have the ability to communicate with Deaf or deaf patients. Another reason I have decided to take this course is so I can contribute more when I am at events with St John Ambulance. Good luck everyone!

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