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Hello Everyone 

I achieved a BSL Level 2 a few ago and foolishly haven’t used it for a while after using for year in a CAB solely for the deaf & hard of hearing.

Trying to find the best course either online or class to re-gain confidence in using again 

i was never good in fingerspellingūü§Ē

Has anyone got any good advice to hand??

It would be very much appreciated


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