P291 CEEFAX 291 Fri 6 Oct 19:21/49  5/26  NEED TO   Seminar for deaf 0fople interested in training as teachers of the deaf. Topics will include: routes into teacher training; getting into college; managing teaching practice; getting over the hurdles; handling medicals. The morning will include talks from teachfrs of the deaf who are deaf themselves. There will be workshops and opportunities for disc5rrhon in the afternoon. The registration fee will be £5 (employed), £3 (students). Contact Susan Daniels, RNID, 105 Gower Street, London, WC1E 6AH.  More What's On Misc'lany Volunteer Headlines
P291 CEEFAX 291 Fri 6 Oct 19:13/06  8/26  NEED TO   Storytelling in schools. This is a practical weekend course which will take place from 1700 on Friday November 10 to 1400 on Sunday November 12 at Burwalls, Leigh Woods, Bristol. The course will cover the theory and skills of storytelling, reception, production, communIcation and rapport. The cost is £65 (which includes all meals and accommodation)n A reduced fee is available if you are unemployed. Contact Claire Wickham, University of Bristol, Wills Memorial Building, Bristol, BS7 1HR before Nbtober 26.  More What's On Misc'lany Volunteer Headlines
P291 CEEFAX 291 Fri 6 Oct 19:10/00  10/26  NEED TO   TDD directory. TDD will be issuing its second directory during November 1989. If you wish to be included, please send your F—ld, address (dhis will NOT be printed) and telephone number with a a cheq5d for £1.50 to: TDD Directories, PO Box 394, Eastbourne, East Sussdx, BN20 9RF. To help with link-up please indicate which type of mac(hne yo1 have and also if you wish the "voice announcer" to be used. Closing date October 31.  More
P291 CEEFAX 291 Fri 6 Oct 19:14/35  11/26  NEED TO   Deaf man gets HGV licence. David Hutton had been trying to get an HGV licence for 13 years and had been turned down three times. He eventually approached the Hi Kent Association which accompanied him to a hearing last monthN At the hearing a range of devices were demonstrated to show that it was possible for David to keep in touch with his office and summon help from the AA or emergency services in the event of a breakdown or accident by telephoning, even though he cannot hear.  More What's On Misc'lany Volunteer Headlines
P291 CEEFAX 291 Fri 6 Oct 19:04/00  12/26  NEED TO   David Hutdon gets HGV licence after 13-year battleN At the hearing a vibrating messafd paging system was demonstrated. This system permits David's office to send him vAsual messages informing him of any changes in his delivery schedule or of known road delays. Thd chairman of the case agreed to grant David a provisional HGV licence. The Hi Kent Association said that the new technology enables the deaf HGV driver to carry oud duties on an equal basis with hearing counterparts.  More What's On Misc'lany Volunteer Headlines
P291 CEEFAX 291 Fri 6 Oct 19:04/11 13/26        NNTS    PO BOX 735 Dear NNTS  BRADFORD-ON-AVON  BA15 1FD           @                c—at's On Misc'lany Volunteer Headlines
P291 CEEFAX 291 Fri 6 Oct 19:05/01  14/26  NEED TO   Miss M Bull from LondonN "Until two years !fn, I ran my own translation business and had previously been a foreign language teacher "I have travelled abroad extensively and have also worked in 0vblic relations and the travel business. "Since my hIgh-frequency hearing loss became so severe that I could no longer use the telephone, I have been forcdd out of my career and have been, for the most part, unemployed...."  More What's On Misc'lany Volunteer Headlines
P291 CEEFAX 291 Fri 6 Oct 19:05/30  15/26  NEED TO   Miss M Bull continues.. "Despite enquiring at orgaFHsations for the deaf and being registered with the Disabled Graduates Career Service and a DRO locally, I have been unable to get any work other than the most routind temporary work. "I have been able to adjust (almost) to my progressive hearing loss, but have been unable to bear the tedIum of the type of work I have been forced to do for financial reasonsN "I speak five laVf2"fds, I can hear fairly well face-do-face, and I am 37-years-old...."  More What's On Misc'lany Volunteer Headlines
P291 CEEFAX 291 Fri 6 Oct 19:06/00  16/26  NEED TO   Miss M Bull was forced to give up her career bec!—rd of a high-frequency hearing loss..N "I would lIke to know how other people in a siHhlar situation have coped "I have tried approaching firms direct, without success. I am not interested in working with computers. "I would be grateful if people could contact me through NNTS."  More What's On Misc'lany Volunteer Headlines
P291 CEEFAX 291 Fri 6 Oct 19:06/00  17/26  NEED TO   A viewer from Cardiff. "A member of my family suffers from Parkinson's Disease which causes him terrible suffering and frustration increased by the fact that he is deaf. "I too am deaf and we are finding it an increasing struggle to deal with the problems arising from thYs situation, particularly regarding communication. "The disease has affected his speech as well as the qse of his hands, so lip-reading and sign language have become incre!rjngly more difficult. We feel isolated and havd little support from Social Services or friends...."  More What's On Misc'lany Volunteer Headlines
P291 CEEFAX 291 Fri 6 Oct 19:27/00  19/26  NEED TO   Mrs Philips from SurreyN "Please, please tell me why Watchdog is not subtitled? Everybody seems to have forgotten that deaf housewives with young children form a part of the deaf community. "We are the ones who go for Christmas shopping and for birthday presents, and we return them with receipts if the goods are faulty or dangerous M but we would have liked to have got information about goods before buying them...."  More What's On Misc'lany Volunteer Headlines
P291 CEEFAX 291 Fri 6 Oct 19:29/30  25/26  NEED TO   Job vacancies. The BDA is also looking for a Director of Education and Training Services. A qualified and experienced teacher is required for this post and sign language skills and knowledge of the deaf community is essential. The post is based in Carlisle but the BDA would be willing to consider a London appointment. Salary: £18,225. Deaf applicants will be welcome. Contact: The General Secretary, BDA, 38 Victoria Place, Carlisle, CA1 1HU. Closing date October 11V  More What's On Misc'lany Volunteer Headlines
P291 CEEFAX 291 Fri 6 Oct 19:09/40  26/26  NEED TO   Write —o NNTS with your ldws, views and information. NNTS, PO BOX 735, Bradford-on-Avon, BA15 1FD. Subtitling comments to: Room B103, BBC Centre House, Wood Lane, London W12 7RJF BBHQ Margaret Drive, Glasgow. More Fhat's Nn Misc'lalp Tolunteer eadlines
P291 CEEFAX 291 Fri 6 Oct 19:07/00  20/26  NEED TO   Mrs Philips from SurreyN "Soap operas, serials, news, documentaries are subtitled, but what about cons5Hdr prograDHfs? "I enjoyed Food and Drink immensely but now that is not subtitled - why? We do eat, you know! "I don't mean to sound cross, but I am disappointed about the whole thing. I know the BBC can't always please everybody, but I do feel intelligent enough to understand consumer programlds."  More What's On Misc'lany Volunteer Headlines
P291 CEEFAX 291 Fri 6 Oct 19:08/02  22/26  NEED TO   Mrs Philips on consumer issues. "T—e manager who had called me ignorant because I was not aware of information shown on Watchdog apologised when I told hIm I was deafN "But the thought of that episode h—6ds me angry. How many other deaf 0fople have gone through that kind of embarr!srlent? "Please, please consider giving us programles on products M Watchdog with subtitles would be lovely." * This letter has been passed on to the subtitling department.  More What's On Misc'lany Volunteer Headlines
P291 CEEFAX 291 Fri 6 Oct 19:20/01  3/26  NEED TO    historic GreeNfich. Thamesside Adult Education Institute, in conjunction with the Tourist Depardment of the London Borough of Greenwich, runs the Grdenwich Guides cour3d and the opportunity for part-time tourist guide work in GreeFfIch. The course runs during t(d audumn and spring terms of 1989/90 and sign language interpreters will be worAhlg full-time with the course tutorsN  Mobe What's On Misc'lany Voluntder Headlines
P291 CEEFAX 291 Fri 6 Oct 19:09/10  24/26  NEED N   Job vacancies. The BDA has a v!Bancy at its headquarters in Carlisle for a member of the Management Support $fam to undertake secretarial and other work. Salary on appointment NJC scale. Deaf people are encouraged to apply for this post Letter of application and CV to: The General Secretary, T—e Bridish Deaf Association, 38 Victoria Place, Carlisle, CA1 1HU. Closing date October 14  More What's On Misc'lany Volunteer Headlines
P291 CEEFAX 291 Fri 6 Oct 19:21/00  4/26  NEED N "£j5j5b5j5 /   historic Greenwich. Deaf studdnds are eFbour!fdd to joIn the course with a view to offering guided tours to deaf tourists, using sign laFf——fd. The cour3d is specifically for unemployed 0dople and the fee is £1 0dr term. More information from: P(hl Barnett, Thameside Adult Education Insditute, @urr!fd Grove, London, SE LJ  More What's On Misc'lany Volunteer Headlines
P291 CEEFAX 291 Fri 6 Oct 19:02/04  6/26  NEED TO   Free course in com0vder and keyboarding skills for the unemployed. This is a 12-week part-time course for deaf and hard-of-hearing people The course is designed to enhance career prospects in the computer/ keyboarding related fidld. No previous knowledge of computers or keyboard work is required. Full details from R W Paterson, Department of Business Studies, Cambusland College, 86-88 Main Street, East KilbrideN dlephone: 03552-43018.  More What's On Misc'lan9 Volunteer Headlines
P291 CEEFAX 291 Fri 6 Oct 19:02/30  7/26  NEED TO   Expedition seminar on October 28. This seminar includes presentations of international expeditions carried out by a number of deaf people It will give you the chance to find out how to become an explorer. The seminar will take place at CCPR Francis House, Francis Street, London, SW1 starting at 1400. All welcome - particularly young people aged 16-25N Admission is free, but if you wish to secure seats contact Mandy Loach, Development Officer, FYD, 34 Osnaburgh Street, London, NW1 3ND. Tel: 01-388 7151 (voice or Minicom)  More What's On Misc'lany Volunteer Headlines
P291 CEEFAX 291 Fri 6 Oct 19:03/02  9/26  NEED TO   Signed performaFBe. Thd British Deaf Association is orgaFHsing @ cHgned performa.Be of Piradds of Pen:ance at t(d Alhambra Theatre, Bradford, on October 18 at 1930F It will star Paul Nicholas and Bonnie Langford. The interpreter will be Alan Haythornthwaite. Seats are £10 Please send cheque/@O made payable to Bradford Council, to Mrs Jean Parkes, BDA tickeds, St George's Hall, Bri$fd Street, Bradford, BD1 1JS.  More What's On Misc'lany Volunteer Headlines
P291 CEEFAX 291 Fri 6 Oct 19:26/53  18/26  NEED TO   A viewer from Cardiff needs your help. "I am writing to find out if you know anyone who is deaf who suffers from Parkinson's Disease or any other illness, and faces problems similar to ours (see previous page)N "I am prepared to consider setting up a support group to help deaf sufferers and their f!lhlies all over the countryN "Please write to me via NNTS if you are interested in Voining or helping with the support group."  More What's On Misc'lany Volunteer Headlines
P291 CEEFAX 291 Fri 6 Oct 19:28/17  21/26  NEED TO   Mrs Philips from Surrey feels s(f is missing out on consumer issues. "My hfaring relatives and friends don't automatically think of me when consumer issues crop up, so I do have problems there. "The reason I am writing this letter is because I bought a toy from a well- known store and it was faulty. I tried to return it but was called ignorant by the manager because a similar toy had been mentioned on obtchdog. "I told him I was not ignorant but that no such information was rela9fd to deaf 0fople on television...."  More What's On Misc'lany Volunteer Headlines