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Friday, 23 May 2014

Have you booked on our FREE Webinars yet?


And a perfect way to finish off Deaf Awareness Week - lets get even more information, knowledge and awareness out there in the public!

Have you booked on our FREE Webinars yet?

Free Webinar logoHere at terptree HQ – we have an exciting series of Webinars to offer you, all free of charge and ranging across sectors such as health, social care, legal, education and the arts.
 
This is a fantastic opportunity for you to access the knowledge of the highly-skilled team at terptree.
 
Each Webinar will last for one hour with the ability to ask questions at the end of the session – so here is your perfect chance to learn something new and ask those burning questions you've always had.

There is no limit to the number of Webinars that you can sign up to – so take a look at what is on offer!

Education and Deaf People - Thursday 10 July 2014

  • The range of educational options for deaf children
  • Oral vs. British Sign Language
  • How to offer communication support to deaf parents of school-aged children
  • What is the Equalities Act 2010
  • Clear explanations of the range of Communication Professionals available for deaf students
  • A useful Question and Answer section for you to access our team’s expertise on deaf issues
Supporting Deaf people in accessing University - Thursday 17 July 2014
  • Clear explanations of the range of Communication Professionals available for deaf students
  • How a deaf student experiences the whole process from application to attendance to University
  • How you can make your services entirely accessible for deaf students
  • Why deaf students do not view themselves as disabled
  • What is the Equalities Act 2010
  • A useful Question and Answer section for you to access our team’s expertise on deaf issues
Deaf people in the workplace - Thursday 24 July 2014
  • Clear explanations of the range of Communication Professionals available for deaf people
  • What is the Equalities Act 2010
  • The barriers that deaf people face in the workplace
  • What research says about the topic
  • Strategies for creating an inclusive work environment
  • A useful Question and Answer section for you to access our team’s expertise on deaf issues
Access to work and how to apply - Thursday 31 July 2014
  • What is Access to Work
  • How do you apply for Access to Work
  • Providing funded communication support for interviews
  • What is the Equalities Act 2010
  • Clear explanations of the range of Communication Professionals available for deaf people
  • A useful Question and Answer section for you to access our team’s expertise on deaf issues
Deaf Awareness Training - Thursday 21 August 2014
  • Strategies for communicating with a deaf person
  • What is the Equalities Act 2010
  • What is a ‘reasonable adjustment’
  • Clear explanations of the range of Communication Professionals available for deaf people
  • A useful Question and Answer section for you to access our team’s expertise on deaf issues
Providing excellent support to deaf people in healthcare - Thursday 28 August 2014
  • What are the barriers that deaf people face when accessing healthcare
  • Strategies for creating an accessible environment for deaf patients
  • The importance of communication support for operations, aftercare and discharge
  • What is the Equalities Act 2010
  • Clear explanations of the range of Communication Professionals available for deaf people
  • A useful Question and Answer section for you to access our team’s expertise on deaf issues
Deaf people and the legal system - Thursday 4 September 2014
  • The structures within the legal system
  • What are the barriers that deaf people face when accessing the legal system
  • What is the Equalities Act 2010
  • Clear explanations of the range of Communication Professionals available for deaf people
  • A useful Question and Answer section for you to access our team’s expertise on deaf issues
How to make theatre, museum and the arts accessible to Deaf people – Thurs 11 Sept 2014
  • Captioning vs. Interpreting
  • If you are booking an Interpreter, how to employ the right one!
  • How to create an entirely accessible environment
  • What is the Equalities Act 2010
  • A useful Question and Answer section for you to access our team’s expertise on deaf issues
Social services and the deaf community - Thursday 18 September 2014
  • What social services may a deaf person need to access
  • What are the barriers that deaf people face when accessing the social services
  • Strategies for creating an accessible environment for deaf clients
  • What is the Equalities Act 2010
  • Clear explanations of the range of Communication Professionals available for deaf people
  • A useful Question and Answer section for you to access our team’s expertise on deaf issues
Mental Health and Deafness - Thursday 25 September 2014
  • What are the barriers that deaf people face when accessing mental health services
  • Information about specialist deaf mental health services
  • Why are deaf people more likely to suffer from mental health problems
  • How do deaf people experience mental health problems
  • What is the Equalities Act 2010
  • Clear explanations of the range of Communication Professionals available for deaf people
  • A useful Question and Answer section for you to access our team’s expertise on deaf issues

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