Closing date is 5pm on Tuesday, 10 April 2018.
Download: Northern Ireland Screen – Board Opportunity.pdf
Northern Ireland Screen is the lead agency for the film, television and gaming sectors, committed to maximising the economic, cultural and educational value of the screen industries for the benefit of Northern Ireland. In addition to a deep commitment to high standards in public life we are looking for nine new people with specific skills to join the Board of Northern Ireland Screen. The successful candidates will contribute to the Board’s mission to accelerate the development of a dynamic and sustainable screen industry and culture in Northern Ireland. www.northernirelandscreen.co.uk
Sail Training Ireland is the national sail training organisation. In 2017 we ran a day voyage for a group of students from the Holy Family School for the deaf Cabra Dublin. This proved to be very successful with a number of them progressing to our tall ship programme where they actively participated in a ten day voyage on the Tall Ship Maybe.
As a result of the success of this programme we have decided to expand on this by organising a full voyage for deaf students aged 15-18yrs from the Island of Ireland. The voyage will take place 30th June to 6th July on the Tall Ship Pelican of London (photo attached).
We have sixteen places available for young people 15-18yrs and four aided communicators (which could be teachers, youth workers or parents) with ISL and six places for students from Northern Ireland with two aided communicators to join the voyage.
Continue reading “Sail Training Ireland”
BSL news this March
Events for adults on the 28 March 2018 and SIGNtific will return on the 30 June.
Join us this month as we reanimate the dead in a Frankenstein-themed Lates and save the date for the return of SIGNtific in June.
A film starring a six-year-old deaf British girl and made by two former Hollyoaks stars has won an Oscar.
The Silent Child, which tells the story of a girl who struggles to communicate, was named best live action short film.
It stars Maisie Sly, aged six, from Swindon, and Rachel Shenton, who played Mitzeee Minniver in the Channel 4 soap.
Shenton also wrote it and used sign language in her acceptance speech. It was directed by Chris Overton – AKA Hollyoaks cage fighter Liam McAllister.
Further read at: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-43282172
14 places left for deaf people to attend a sign language tour of Belfast City Hall on 16th March!
See the poster for information.
British Deaf Association Northern Ireland: We will have a ‘drop in hub’ on Thursday 1st March at 10.30-12.30pm in Starbucks, Junction One, Antrim
Hearing loss group in Newtownabbey starting up for people who are hard of hearing, deafened wanting to meet other people for support, share ideas. Please pass this onto people who may be interested.
JOB RE-ADVERTISEMENT: Access & Inclusion Officer (Justice) – Belfast, N.Ireland
The British Deaf Association (NI) in conjunction with Queens University Belfast have secured funding from Disability Research on Independent Living & Learning to carry out research in the Justice Sector with the aim of enhancing Deaf People’s Communication Access to Justice in Northern Ireland.
The British Deaf Association (NI) seeks to recruit an Access and Inclusion Officer (Justice) to work collaboratively with the partners and researchers to ensure the project’s success.
For more information on this role in BSL, ISL or English, please head over to our website at bda.org.uk/current-opportunities
Hands That Talk: Everyone is welcome to come along to the meeting and an interpreter will be present.
We look forward to seeing you there, refreshments will be provided.
The Specialist Employment Programme is funded by European Social Fund (ESF), Department for the Economy and Department for Communities
Are you interested in:
Level 2 Food Safety Course – 4 weeks
Where? Dungiven, Glenshane House
Day & time to be confirmed
Recreational Digital Photography – 10 weeks
Where? Omagh College
Day & time to be confirmed
These courses are run by college and minimum 10 people needed. College funds sign language interpreters.
Please email or text me to confirm your name.
Text: 07714 659 061