When you're looking to inspire and motivate people, Simeon Hart is the person you are looking for. Passionate, positive, experienced, and straight-talking he is the one to give powerful
motivational and speeches.
He will give a compelling account of his unstoppable success; with plenty of insights and anecdotes gained from his experiences encountering and overcoming the barriers faced in his life. He will
cover areas including motivation, achieving goals, and leading and building teams. He is the perfect keynote speaker for your next major conference or gala occasion.
Learning Sign Language
Want to learn Sign Language? You can learn with us, either just to enjoy the experience or to help you to communicate informally with a Deaf work colleague, friend or neighbour. We also provide
formal courses from level 1 to 4 and 6. We provide a friendly, humorous and supportive learning environment.
Our Sign Language classes are:
Sign Language Taster - A 1 hour class to dip your fingers in.
Social Sign Language - learn to have general chit chat with Deaf people
Formal Sign Language - Get a qualification
If you are interested in enrolling on one of these classes, please contact us.
Contining Professional Development (CPD)
Communcation Tactic - Good for business!
Have you considered improving communication in your workplace? Do you really listen to others when their views are different from yours? Are you able to say no
to people you love or are afraid of? Do you understand whenpeople say no even if they don't use the word? When you don't understand something, do you admit
If any of these questions cause you to want to develop your effectiveness in communicating with others, then this course is
definitely for you!
When: We are able to tailor this training to meet your needs.
If you are interested in this CPD training, please contact us.
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