Awareness training

Cam Sight training increases understanding of the needs of people living with low vision and blindness and the reality of living with partial or no vision.

Training is devised in consultation with you. Through practical exercises and discussion, participants will understand further:

  • Living with low vision and blindness
  • Various eye conditions and how they can affect people
  • Sighted guiding techniques
  • How equipment helps people live independently
  • How to behave around a working dog
  • Support and services available

Please contact us on 01223 420 033 or email us if you would like us to provide visual awareness training.


Talks and Goalball for schools

Cam Sight’s Fundraising and Promotions Officer Nick Burr visits schools and speaks to students about his personal story living with blindness.

Nick can give talks to the whole school in an assembly or individual classes and talks openly about living with a disability and his guide dog Amber. The talks are aimed at breaking down barriers with children regarding disability, informing them about assistive technology and educating students by answering ‘any’ questions they ask.

Nick also offers Goalball taster sessions for up to 20 children. Goalball gives students the experience of playing a sport completely blind and on a level playing field. This popular and exciting session improves student’s communication, leadership and teamwork skills.

If you are interested or would like to find out more, please get in touch with Nick via [email protected] or 01223 420033 ext. 29.

Photo: Nick conducting a Goalball session with Bassingbourn Village College year 9 students sitting in a circle in the gym

Photo: Nick holding a ball with two students wearing blindfolds sitting in the school gym.