Would you like to be a communicator?

16 05 2008

Open Day for people who want to work as communicators

The City Lit in London are having an Open Day for people who want to find out more about working as a communicator. They are offering a limited number of interview slots on the day but more will be made available on other dates in the summer.

If you have BSL Level 2 or higher, if you want to work with D/deaf people, and want to improve your signing skills and gain experience, come along.

Saturday 7th June 2008, 10:30am – 4:30pm
City Lit, Keeley Street, London WC2B 4BA

They offer
• Free Post-Level 2 and NVQ 3 courses – subject to minimum number of hours worked
• Professional training and support
• Flexible work and study
• Competitive rates of pay

The City Lit’s FHE Support Service provides sign language communicators, interpreters and notetakers for D/deaf and disabled Further and Higher Education students in and around London.
This is usually part-time work in a “pool” of support workers. The amount of work varies depending on student demand. Most of the support they provide is on weekdays, though there is occasional evening and weekend work.

If you’re interested, contact them to express an interest or book an interview time:
Voice – 020 7492 2722
Email – fhe@citylit. ac.uk
Fax – 020 7492 2743
Minicom – 020 7492 2746




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