Hi, I'm currently a 3rd year medical student - I've been able to get involved with some 'sciency' research, so would be interesting to talk/practice BSL in that regard.
I always look to & enjoy meeting people in a similar field/common interests
I’ve been learning BSL informally for two years as part of my job as a support worker. Was about to begin formal training just before the lockdown happened so not sure if/when it will be now. My workplace only fund level one as the people we support have very basic communication. I plan to go all the way though with the aim of becoming an interpreter in the future.
So, in the meantime I am trying to get whatever experience I can. Particularly keen on developing my receptive language skills
Sign is always something that I have been very much interested in... I am really enjoying the learning and only wish that I had started it sooner. I feel that it is so important that we are inclusive and I would love to be able to have some of the skills to communicate on another level...
Hi I have always had an interest in learning BSL so now that I finally have the time I decided to go for it! I am hopefully going to be a primary school teacher so I think that knowing even a small amount of BSL would be really useful in making sure all the children at a school feel included