, which delivers British Sign Language courses for deaf and hearing people, has approached the agency, which has offices in Middlesbrough and Newcastle, for support in developing a new marketing and communications strategy.
level 3 certificate in facilitating communication with deaf people covers the skills of note-taking, lip-speaking and modifying written texts.
To get onto this course, it helps if you have the CACDP
Stage 2 Certificate in British Sign Language and relevant experience of working with deaf people.
Alison lives in Tanfield Lea, County Durham, with her husband Anthony, 48, who works in accounts with the CACDP
charity, and Alex, 15, who is at Tanfield Comprehensive.
You may also find it useful to undertake extra training in any communication skills that might be relevant to your job, such as CACDP
qualifications, including Deaf Awareness, British Sign Language, Deafblind Awareness and Deafblind Support Work.
org has been developed by universities and CACDP
- the Durham-based UK examinations board.