Signature is looking forward to seeing everyone at the City Lit Deaf Day this Saturday (23rd April 2022).
Signature will be in room 106 – why not come and say hello to our helpful team, who will be on hand to answer any questions you have. We also have some great freebies to give away this year!
This is a free annual one-day event organised by City Lit’s Centre for Deaf Education. It is a celebration of Deaf culture, an opportunity to see old friends and make new friends and a forum to try something new.
2022 will be the 24th City Lit Deaf Day.
It’s an opportunity for Deaf people to get together, socialise and celebrate Deaf provision and the Deaf community – increasing social impact and strengthening the community. They also welcome hearing people including those who work with Deaf people, are learning sign language, have Deaf relatives or friends, or are just interested and curious about the courses they offer. The event reflects the rich and vibrant culture, where visitors meet old friends and make new ones, find information and network with individuals from across the UK and Europe.
Lindsay Foster, Executive Director at Signature said: “It’s great that after having to postpone the last couple, the team at City Lit have managed to get this event to take place again this year. I have been to a number of these events and they are a great way to meet new people, have interesting conversations and network with organisations and individuals.
Signature have been exhibitors at this event for many years now, so we were delighted when we found out it was happening again, it’s great to be finally able to get back out face to face.
Our team going down have a combined 80 years experience of BSL qualifications and Signature processes, so I am confident between them so they can help answer any questions you may have.
We also have a special edition of our Inspire Magazine including an exclusive interview with Gabriella Leon, star of Casualty, articles about the BSL Bill, Deaf Identity and teaching in mainstream education and lots more, so make sure you come to our stall to pick one up.
Thank you to City Lit again for all of their hard work getting this event on and for bringing together so many people to celebrate Deaf provision and the Deaf community.”