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Sign language course for employees

PUBLISHED: 15:16 04 February 2010 | UPDATED: 16:32 30 June 2010

AN initiative to encourage more employees to take up sign language is coming to Great Yarmouth.

Signs4Life is setting up introductory courses in sign language and disability awareness.

AN initiative to encourage more employees to take up sign language is coming to Great Yarmouth.

Signs4Life is setting up introductory courses in sign language and disability awareness.

Fozia Parveen, founder of Signs4Life, said: “You never know when you will come into contact with a customer, a colleague or member of the public who is deaf or disabled”

The organisation campaigns to introduce sign language into the education system and baby signing classes for parents and baby groups in local nurseries and childrens' centres.

For more information, contact Fozia on 07964 019 764 or visit the website www.signs4life.org.uk.


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