How I became a Teacher of the Deaf

Jane Beadman is a graduate of the MSc Deaf Education course at Manchester and a Teacher of the Deaf employed by Leicestershire County Council. Here, she reveals why and how she went into deaf education, and gives advice to anyone considering a similar career path. … More How I became a Teacher of the Deaf

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How I learned to use research skills from my degree in a healthcare consultancy career

Alex Norbury is a graduate of the MSc in Clinical and Health Psychology at Manchester and currently works for consultancy firm Mott MacDonald. Here, he explains how the skills he learned during his degree have helped him pursue a career outside of clinical and academic fields. … More How I learned to use research skills from my degree in a healthcare consultancy career

How I returned to uni and overcame illness to train as a Teacher of the Deaf

Kim is a part-time student on the PGDip Deaf Education course at Manchester. Here, she tells us about how she dealt with returning to education after 20 years of working in primary education – and how she overcame a serious illness partway through the course to continue with her studies. … More How I returned to uni and overcame illness to train as a Teacher of the Deaf