I have had a problem with Part Three on the online course, and it prevented me from moving on to the next stage. I wanted to clear each level sequentially. I became discouraged about having to learn a whole range of occupations and locations, and was disappointed that "retired" was not included among them. By now I think it would be WORK+ME+NO or something like that. Also, no offense, but I'm not likely to have to use Carlisle or Teaching Assistant very often - and my home city (Belfast) isn'
Our next British Sign Language Level 3 course is starting on Monday 7th February! This course runs every Monday from 6pm - 9pm for 48 weeks and takes place at our London Training Centre.
This course will enable you to communicate in British Sign Language at Level 3 of the National Occupational Standards for Languages.
Our BSL Teachers will take your signing skills to the next level and have you communicating with more confidence and fluidity.
Hello Neil - same here! I have hearing aids (which changed my life) but I know it's only going to get more difficult to hear as time moves on. It's fabulous that you are teaching your children too - I honestly wish BSL was mandatory at schools! Good luck with your studies!