British Sign Language for beginners training: Workshop at RBSA Gallery (Friday 17 August 2018)

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Approximately 145,000 people use British Sign language (BSL) in the UK. Cultural venues and organisations have a range of audiences, including members of the Deaf Community. Therefore, we have included a ‘British Sign Language for Beginners’ class in our summer workshop programme to help us learn more about the language and how to use it. The workshop will take place at RBSA Gallery on Friday 17 August and will be led by Tanvir Ahmed, a  Senior Campaigner for Action on Hearing Loss with years of experience in promoting BSL. Through his workshop, Tanvir will introduce key skills and signs that are useful in everyday interactions with members of the Deaf community, such as finger-spelling and common phrases.

RBSA Members and Associates, Friends, students, and professional contacts receive a discount – paying £20 instead of £30. To book your place, call us on 0121 236 4353 or e-mail us at rbsagallery@rbsa.org.uk. Payments can be made by card, cash, or cheque. You are welcome to share this e-mail and offer with your contacts and students.

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