Our British Sign Language courses are delivered by native deaf BSL teachers, aimed at enhancing communication with deaf people to a very high standard. Other courses including Deaf Way, Human Rights, International Sign Language and Interpreter CPD. Femaura hold a weekly Sign Club to encourage signers of all levels, whether deaf or hearing, to meet up and communicate – in sign language of course! Please click for more info.
Private tutorials will take your sign language skills to the next level. Taught by native deaf teachers you will be the envy of all you college/class mates, giving you the edge and the opportunity to excel in your assessments. Our success is proven – we regularly provide 1 to 1 tution to students/learners undertaking BSL courses elsewhere. Why do they come here? It’s simple – they recieve a high standard of pure BSL covering chosen topics and assessment material in depth. Our 1 to 1 tutorials are renowned for providing learners with a solid foundation to base their learning on, enhancing their productive and receptive skills for assessments and everyday contact with deaf people. Don’t be the one who’s lagging behind – contact us today.
Communication Providers Agency
Are you looking for a specific professional to interpret, translate, modify English, take notes, or provide captions for Deaf clients? Please click ‘contact us’ and we will find the best person for the job.
Consultancy and Coaching
Deaf Consultancy is where we share our expertise and knowledge to assist both businesses and individuals in various fields – ultimately to improve accessibility for deaf service users/customers & clients. Personal or Life coaching provides support to both Deaf or Hearing people whom wish to make some form of lifestyle change – this includes advice on health, career/employment, education and even fulfilling lifelong aspirations.
About us section
Femaura was founded in December 2008 by CEO, Pam (BA Hons) and Co-founder and Director, Yi (BA Hons). Being Deaf, they both have first hand experience of the barriers Deaf people face in their daily lives with communication and have a full understanding of how vital it is that different communities are able to interact, communicate, express and pass on information between each other. This is where the need for a Social Enterprise was established and Femaura was born. The name Femaura was created by the CEO Pam. She felt that nobody should be left out and inclusivity should be represented within the name of the company, as this is something close to her heart. So with that in mind, she created the term FEMAURA, meaning ‘Fe’ (female)-‘ma’ (male) – ‘aura’.
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Please do contact us at Femaura to provide a cover letter and a CV (email@example.com). We are looking a freelance BSL interpreter (qualified / trainee) to come to work with our Deaf staff team – one or two or three days per week – Tuesday, Thurday, Friday You could become qualified by registering as a: Read more about BSL Interpreter – freelance is needed for Femaura[…]
At Femaura, we have enjoyed to have all students during 2017 studying from British Sign Language level 1 to 6 at Femaura, but not just that, also for International Sign Language, Deaf Way and Human Rights courses. We wish to say Merry Christmas to everyone. We also want to appreciate all business colleagues, companies, and Read more about Merry Christmas to Everyone! from Femaura[…]
Femaura is looking for an IV assessor BSL for Signature Level 6 qualification. We require this Assessor to be experienced and already has been to other Signature centre before and should have knowledge of Signature NVQ regulations. We prefer IV based in London, or nearby in London. Please send your cover letter and your CV Read more about IV Assessor is required for Femaura – Freelance job advert[…]
FREE Reiki Guide – What to expect from a Reiki Treatment? Thank you for taking the opportunity to download this guide. Just for doing this, I am happy to provide you with some FREE information. My intention is to encourage you to consider more about Reiki before deciding if you should go for Reiki treatment. Read more about Free Reiki Information – for both Deaf and Hearing[…]
JOB DESCRIPTION POSITION: FEMALE BSL CARE WORKER WANTED FOR A DEAF FEMALE – ISLINGTON RESPONSIBLE TO: REGISTERED MANAGER/PA START DATE: IMMEDIATELY SALARY: PAO – Contact Femaura Applicants are required to: Encourage and assist the client to remain active in her Read more about Job Opening: Female BSL Care Worker Wanted[…]
*Special Offer* 1 hour free distance healing to anyone in World A Deaf Healer is available to provide a free taster Reiki Healing treatment for anyone who is interested in learning more about Reiki. Reiki demonstration will be taking place at Femaura treatment centre or via distance healing. Send us an email (firstname.lastname@example.org) You Read more about Reiki Healing Information – Alternative Medicine modality by a Deaf Healer[…]
Frequently, in the UK’s election process deaf people are unable to access Sign Language information as to whom they should vote for and why. It would be a great step forward for the UK Government if they were to arrange BSL interpreters and Deaf Interpreters during live broadcast political debates, similar to how Read more about Should the UK offer BSL Interpreters during Political Debates?[…]
It is a Will Week for anyone who can leave money to a charity in their Will as a legacy. Femaura would like to express their opportunity to inform you if you would like to leave your money. Femaura Charity would need costs to support their aims such as:- (1) TO RELIEVE THE NEEDS OF Read more about Leave a Will within Femaura[…]
Who is Responsible for Paying BSL Interpreters? – A Deaf Perspective In the hearing world, especially the business industry, people aim to provide services and products targeted towards a specific market. These specific markets will usually encompass products or services that deaf clients will also want to access. However, often deaf people are unable Read more about Who is Responsible for Paying BSL Interpreters? – A Deaf Perspective[…]