Three BSL accessible events will take place at the Scottish Parliament and Scottish Universities Insight Institute between May and November this year to explore the idea of implementing the world’s first “Signing Parliament”; a democratic body representing the voice of BSL users in Scotland.
BSL Scotland Act
National skills agency, Skills Development Scotland and the British Deaf Association Scotland have launched a partnership to raise awareness of apprenticeship opportunities available to young Deaf people in Scotland.
Apprenticeships help you build the experience and skills that employers want to see. No matter what stage you’re at, they’ll help you get set for a bright future. And now, there are more ways than ever to get involved.
Hello, I’m Helen. I work for the BDA Scotland and I’m based in Glasgow. I’m organising a BSL tour of Paisley Abbey.
Presentation by Avril Hepner (on the left) and Helen Morgans-Wenhold (on the right). Text transcript of a BSL video: Helen: Hello! Avril: Hello! Helen: I’m Helen and this is Avril and we work at BDA Scotland. Avril: Hi. Helen: Take us through what’s been happening over the past three years. Avril: Oh, it’s been tremendous! […]
Hello! I’m Lucy. If you remember, I was recently introduced to you all as the new Access and Inclusion (Dementia) Officer. Now, I’m doing my first video to you all.