Deadline looms for Gaelic consultation
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@ cmassets.co.uk.