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Communicator

Photo: Communicators enable two-way communication

Communicators support deaf children and young people on our activity events by:

  • facilitating communication between British Sign Language (BSL) users and non-BSL users, including children and volunteers
  • communicating activity instructions in BSL
  • supervising groups of children and young people during activities and free time
  • encouraging deaf children and young people with different communication methods to make friends

You can be a Communicator if you:

  • are aged 18 years or over
  • have BSL Level 3 or equivalent and are willing to use your skills with individuals and groups
  • are willing to get involved in activities to encourage deaf children and young people to participate

For more information, download the role description and read our Frequently Asked Questions