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.
BSL Scotland Bill
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 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.
Follow on from today’s Ministerial statement at the Scottish Parliament, an ambitious national plan for British Sign Language has been unveiled which will ensure deaf and deafblind BSL users are fully involved in all aspects of daily and public life.
We are excited to announce that the Scottish Parliament is currently in session and the Minister, Mark McDonald, will be giving his ministerial statement regarding the BSL National Plan at around 2.20pm today.
BDA Scotland chats to Rachel O’Neill, Programme Director of MSc Inclusive Education – University of Edinburgh