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Bec Meachin

First baby sing and sign class tomorrow…

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Hi everyone. Tomorrow I am taking my first 2 classes teaching sing and sign to hearing Mums, Dads and their babies. Wish me luck!

 

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Unfortunately it wasn’t very good. Not enough people came that were apparently signed up for it, so there just weren’t enough people! I managed to remember everything though, so always good. I’ve just finished all level 1 training for BSL though, so feeling good! One more tutorial online then on to level 2!

 

Cheers, Bec

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Maybe worth persevering Bec as sometimes groups take a while to get established.  I used to deliver baby signing classes and drop in groups.  It was hard work to get it going but then word of mouth spread and it became very popular quickly.  My confidence was very low when I first started and only a few people turned up but my confidence quickly grew and now I teach adults at certificate level.  I love it!

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