Our popular Sign Language Basic course is back! The next one is on 13th July at our office in Cambridge. Learn the basics of BSL in just 3 hours with our experienced, friendly and fun tutors. Find our more and book your place here.
Cambridgeshire and Peterborough are experiencing an explosion of people wanting to learn British Sign Language. Over 70 students have begun courses with Sign Language Academy this month and that’s in addition to the 55 students we have already taught this year so far! All together
Are you fascinated by sign language? Wondered about leaning but not sure if its for you? Why not join us for Sign Language Live and see what it’s all about. Join Gem Dixon as she goes through some of the basics of sign language in
Do you have friends that say they want to learn sign language? Now you can give them all the information they need to… Posted by Cambridgeshire Deaf Association on Monday, 20 July 2015 If you would like to order some cards, send us a message from
Everybody say cheese!Our Gem was at the Unison learning day in Cambridge giving the people there an introductory lunch… Posted by Cambridgeshire Deaf Association on Wednesday, 17 June 2015
For the seventh consecutive year, CDA Sign Language Academy Senior Tutor Jamie Billiam welcomes students from Cambridge University’s Medical School for their fast-track British Sign Language Level 1 course. The six students will be learning BSL to the level 1 certificate with some deaf awareness
Here are some happy people with a glass of bubbly celebrating with their BSL Level 1 certificates with tutor Sarah Evagora (right). Cathy McCluskey (left), Lizzie Harvey & Mike Snoswell recieved thier certificates after their Level 2 course at our newly refurbished base in Cambridge.
40 students have signed up to join Sign Language Classes provided by the CDA Sign Language Academy in January which is welcome news for the area’s deaf and sign language community At the time of writing, spaces are still available for BSL Level 2 in