People burdened with impaired hearing and speech can still lead normal lives and pursue the career of their choice thanks to the development of sign language. Certified Teachers for the Deaf of Sign Language Teachers provide this opportunity especially if the knowledge is imparted early on in the lives of the hearing and speech-impaired children.
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Bertrand F. Delouise
Salford, Bradford, UK
To be a lead Sign Language Teacher for the Deaf in a large community school specializing in the education of the deaf and hard of hearing kids
2001 – Present: Teacher for the Deaf/Sign Language Teacher, Bradford College
- Develop the minimum course plan designed for educating deaf and speech impaired students from pre-school to secondary learning
- Conduct sign language classes for grade school and secondary classes
- Conduct basic training for secondary and grade school teachers in developing sign language proficiency.
- Attend local and international conferences on emerging teaching methods for educating children through sign language
- Work closely with educational audiologists in teaching hearing-impaired children and getting them to adjust using hearing aid implants
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English and its corresponding sign language equivalence
- Excellent social and interpersonal skills for getting along with children
Received commendations from civic organization and the school management for successfully training more than 300 deaf students every year
1998 – 2001: BA in Sign Language Interpreting, Calderdale College, Halifax
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