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    (Original post by britishseapower)
    I work most weeknights though and do voluntary work at weekends plus I'm learning to drive and have various other things going on so its hard to committ myself to things
    Just a thought, but if you're really keen to do it, concentrate on passing your test before next September and then you'll have one more thing done and dusted. Plus, I dunno how you are geographically, but I know once I can drive myself places I'll be able to fit quite a bit more in.
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    (Original post by LS.)
    Do universities offer courses in sign-language, and do you have to pay for them?
    I don't know if universities do but I know my college does although you have to pay a fee for the course and a fee for the examination it's only like 20-30 quid though
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    (Original post by britishseapower)
    I don't know if universities do but I know my college does although you have to pay a fee for the course and a fee for the examination it's only like 20-30 quid though
    I don't have to pay anything since I'm under 19
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    I would like to learn sign language but dont know where to start!
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    (Original post by s43)
    I would like to learn sign language but dont know where to start!
    Check with your local FE college they may offer classes.
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    (Original post by Sarky)
    Check with your local FE college they may offer classes.
    Thanks for your help but Would i have to pay?
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    apparently if your under 19 you don't have to but on my colleges website it normally says in the box where it has fees something like, you may not have to pay if your a certain age or something but on the sign language one it just includes the fees so I'm not sure if I would have to pay
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    Some uni's offer it as a free course - wolverhampton offers a number of degrees in it (and so they offer basic tuition to any of their students).
 
 
 
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