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Manchester Deaf Centre is pleased to announce that we will be providing two, three day courses in driving theory. This will prepare delegates to pass their driving theory exam. Participants will be required to attend for three hours on each of the three days. Course fees are £10. Dates to be announced. For more information please contact Rachel Jebb (Project Manager)
This Thursday we had a great time completing our Level 2 First Aid training We would like to thank Skills Company for providing us with the training and look forward to IT next week.
Manchester Deaf Centre – Job club has been shortlisted as a finalist for the ERSA Employability Awards 2019 in the Disability & Health Employment category. Now in its seventh year, the ERSA Employability Awards celebrate best practice across the employment support sector and seek to demonstrate the day-to-day hard work and dedication of those working […]READ MORE
Manchester Deaf Centre is seeking to recruit a part-time freelance BSL Tutor Job Summary BSL Tutor Part-Time: Freelance Salary: TBC We are looking for individuals with the relevant technical and/or teaching experience to join our team of tutors at this very successful centre for the following subject with effect from […]READ MORE
We received lovely feedback from our recent 10 week course at Loreto College (below). Fantastic to see our students using their new BSL skills at work and in the community! If you would like to join one of our weekly courses for Level 1 and 2 or organise BSL Training for your workplace please email firstname.lastname@example.org […]READ MORE
Manchester Deaf Centre is proud to be an eco-friendly charity and strongly believes in environmental responsibility. Our earth is worth protecting, and we’re committed to doing our part. Every year, we’re working to use less water, electricity, paper and plastic. We’re recycling as much as possible so we can keep as much waste out of the landfill […]READ MORE
Manchester Deaf Centre’s Dave Project has secured its continuing work with Deaf youth in Greater Manchester after being awarded £5000 from One Manchester Community Soup Fund. Building upon the success of the ‘Pop-up’ kitchen earlier this year; Dave Project members will now develop a Deaf Chef project that will provide hot, nutritious meals for homeless […]READ MORE
MDC’s DAVE Project will be working in collaboration with the Greater Manchester Youth Network to provide a ‘pop-up’ kitchen experience for Deaf youth Greater Manchester! Over three months, the ‘pop-up’ kitchen project will teach young people how to prepare, cook and manage food hygiene. The initial phase of the project in August will culminate […]READ MORE
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