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.
Funding is available to bring us to you. We want to spread this far and wide. So far we have trained staff from:
- Scottish Government
- Historic Environment Scotland
- Fife Council
- National Galleries of Scotland
- National Museums of Scotland
- National Library of Scotland
- The Scottish Qualifications Authority
Want us to come to you? Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Want to see the references for the material we use in the training? Look here.