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Hello All,

My name is Monty and I'm half way through BSL Level 1 at college in St Albans.

I've had enough of working in an office and am on a 6 year mission to retrain as a sign language interpreter.  I'm 38 now so still have probably 30 years of working left in me and I want to do something which contributes positively to people's lives and offers variety.

Outside of BSL I work in an office doing quotes and tenders Monday to Friday but then as a mobile DJ at weekends.  I cover all music but personally like 90s indie, classic rock, dance music and just anything which evokes a positive emotion.  I'm also a bit of a sci fi geek and a member of a Toastmasters group.

I found this site via the fingerspelling game.  

I would love to use this forum to use and develop my BSL skills so feel free to tap me up.

 

 

 

 

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