I have worked with the Scottish Government, with specialists in British Sign Language (BSL) and Gaelic, and with a number of different language organisations to create training on Scotland’s native minority languages. The training is a full day, starts with O is for Hoolet, and covers:
The training is designed for workplaces and is an informative and transformative day. It gives participants a chance to learn about the three languages, to think about minoritised language in general, to explore the responsibilities that organisations and individuals have to foster multi-lingualism, and even to learn some useful signs and words for use in day-to-day life.
We started with sessions for the Scottish Government and Historic Environment Scotland in January and February 2018. Funding is available to bring us to you. We want to spread this far and wide.
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