Dead­line looms for Gaelic con­sul­ta­tion

The Oban Times - - News -

MEM­BERS of the pub­lic have un­til July 29 to have their say on Cale­do­nian Mar­itime As­sets Ltd’s (CMAL) up­dated Gaelic Lan­guage Plan.

CMAL’s Gaelic Lan­guage Plan has a three-year timetable of ac­tiv­ity, in­clud­ing in­creas­ing the amount of Gaelic mul­ti­me­dia con­tent on the cor­po­rate web­site, a Gaelic ver­sion of the com­plaints pro­ce­dure and the avail­abil­ity of Gaelic speak­ers at pub­lic meet­ings.

CMAL al­ready has in place a num­ber of ac­tions from its first Gaelic Lan­guage Plan, pub­lished in 2010. This in­cludes a bilin­gual cor­po­rate logo and sig­nage at its ports, har­bours and of­fices, Gaelic trans­la­tions in its an­nual re­port and Gaelic train­ing for staff.

Writ­ten com­ments should be emailed to Su­san.Williams@ cmas­

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