deafscotland is running two new Human Rights training sessions on Thursday 9 May in Glasgow. For more information go to deafscotland.org/what-we-do/training/
deafscotland and Disability Equality Scotland would like to thank all the delegates, stall holders, workshop leaders, language/communication support professionals, sponsors and the hotel for making our Scottish Sensory and Equality Conference 2019: Communication for All a great day. We will…
SCoD has been campaigning to get the health question in the Census changed since 2007. We have beein involved in the consultation on the health conditions question for the 2021 Census. As there is still little accurate data on the…
Tickets for our 2018 Connect and Collaborate Conference have gone on sale. for more information and take advantage of the Early Bird prices, go to www.scod.org.uk/scod-connect-and-collaborate-conference-2018/
September Bulletins now available to non-members! The SCoD bulletin for September and Mid-September are now available to our non-members. We provide these bulletins in WORD document, PDF and BSL video format. For these bulletins click here! Members get these Bulletins…
Our friends at The Alliance have asked us to advertise a job vacancy as their: Sensory Impairment Strategy Coordinator! For any more information on this please click right Here.
Our Friends over at the SCDC have produced a series of clips in BSL on the National Standards for Community Engagement! Give them a look over as they are available in plain text format on their website. http://www.scdc.org.uk/what/national-standards/
SCoD has just released its next 2 training courses…for more information, go to www.scod.org.uk/scod-training/
We have published details of the programme for the 2018 SCoD Connect and Collaborate Conference. For more information, click here.
Booking is now open for the Deaf Awareness (K101) and Communication with Deaf & Deafblind People (T101) course. For more information, click here