BSL Courses

English for Sign Language Users: The English Tenses workshop

Date: Thursday 16th, 23rd & 30th Sept 2021 Time: 6-8:15pm  Cost: £100 Venue: Remark!, London Suitable for competent / confident BSL users.   Tutor: Russell Aldersson  If you are interested in being registered for any upcoming workshops please click here or email training@remark.uk.com.

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Deaf Awareness Week 2021

Happy Deaf Awareness Week 2021! Here at Remark! we are excited to announce a promotion on our Deaf Awareness Courses – 10% off if you book this week! Deaf Awareness training is one of our most popular workshops with both corporate clients and individuals. Our bespoke Deaf Awareness training packages are fun and interactive. For…

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Multi-channel signs in BSL

Multi-channel BSL signs

Multi-Channel signs, as they are sometimes referred to, are an example of culturally rich BSL used within the Deaf community, and are taught to BSL students from Level 3 BSL upwards. Multi-channel signs use a mouth pattern along with a specific sign that it is linked to. The mouth pattern with a multi-channel sign is…

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Coronavirus guidelines

Here at Remark! we take the government guidelines around Coronavirus very seriously and have set up the following to ensure our students and staff feel safe. There is a ‘Hand Sanitising Station’ set up in Reception, please remember to use this on arrival. Everyone must follow the ‘one metre plus’ guidelines, floor markers will be…

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Sign Language Week

This week is #SignLanguageWeek! Please enjoy this video we filmed last year with 12 reasons why you should learn sign language! If you are interested in learning sign language, click here or contact us on 0207 269 2621 or email training@remark.uk.com. #BSL#BritishSignLanguage#SignLanguage

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Learning British Sign Language with your deaf child

Is British Sign Language right for my child? Although you may not find sign language to be crucial to learn right now, it may benefit you in the longer scheme of things. By increasing the effectiveness of communication between you and your child, you will be breaking down frustrations, barriers and anxieties linked to their Deafness, both…

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Working as a Communication Support Worker with BSL Level 3

In house BSL Interpreter

Are you learning British Sign Language (BSL) and thinking about changing careers?  Did you know that once you have achieved BSL Level 3 you can start working as a Communication Support Worker?  But what is a Communication Support Worker (CSW)?  CSW’s are often associated with providing support for deaf learners in education and schools. They interpret spoken English into British Sign Language (BSL)…

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BSL Halloween Signs

Here at Remark! we have put together a video of Halloween signs for you to enjoy. We hope you enjoy celebrating Halloween! The following signs are shown: Halloween Spider Graveyard Witch Devil Pumpkin Vampire Dungeon Frightened Zombie Scream If you are interested in learning new signs, you might enjoy our LGBTQ BSL Signs blog post…

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Tag in your selfie to win a one to one tutorial!

Tag @Remark.uk on Instagram in a selfie this month either when you’re next in the building for your course with your latest certificates for a chance to win a free 1 hour one to one with a BSL tutor! The Winner will be chosen on the 1st October 2019!

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Working as a Communication Support Worker (CSW) at Remark!

In this video Liam tells us about his job role as a Communication Support Worker (CSW) within the Training team at Remark!. We have several teams here at Remark! and mine is within the BSL Training team. My job title is CSW/Administrator. As a CSW, I provide communication support and interpret for the Level 2…

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