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  • BSL Acting Intensive Course

    BSL Acting Intensive Course

    Are you deaf and into acting? If so you could benefit from a new course being held this summer. BSL Acting Intensive is described as ‘a fun, practical and intensive week of deaf-led actor training.’ The five-day course is created by the Royal Central School Of Speech and Drama and Deafinitely Theatre in collaboration with Graeae Theatre Company.

  • IAPT Now Talking Therapies

    IAPT Now Talking Therapies

    As part of a national rebrand Sheffield IAPT has changed its name and has a new website but its services remain the same.
    NHS Sheffield Talking Therapies ( for anxiety and depression ) is an easier to understand title which makes taking that first step more accessible as asking for help can be really difficult, especially if you aren’t sure what help you need.

  • Interested in a Career in Theatre?

    Interested in a Career in Theatre?

    Sheffield Theatres is co-hosting three introductory courses for deaf and disabled people who are interested in pursuing careers in directing, producing and writing. The free courses are aimed at people right at the beginning of their careers, and no previous experience is necessary. The deadline for applications is 14 February 2022 .

  • Free Training for Personal Assistants

    Disability Sheffield are running a number of FREE courses over the next 6 months for existing and aspiring Personal Assistants in partnership with Skills for Care and Sheffield City Council. Places are limited so book now to avoid disappointment.

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