We are appropriately qualified, hold the necessary insurance, are DBS enhanced checked and adhere to continuous professional development. We can assure you of professional & ethical interpreting and conduct at all times. Membership of the Association of Sign Language Interpreters (ASLI) and registration with the National Register of communication with Deaf people (NRCPD) is a pre-requisite.
Alison KingdonRegistered BSL/English Interpreter
I qualified as a BSL/English Interpreter in 2000, and since then I have gained experience in all sorts of domains, particularly enjoying community work. I love my work as an interpreter as I get to meet and work with different people every day and find myself in lots of interesting situations where I am always learning. When I am not interpreting, I spend my time with my family on our farm in North Devon.
Helen CaldwellRegistered BSL/English Interpreter
I started my career into interpreting as a communication support worker in educational settings, this quickly lead onto my interpreting qualifications and I qualified in 2003. Since then I have been lucky enough to work in a wide variety of domains and have met many different and interesting people, no two days are ever the same! I especially enjoy all aspects of community interpreting along with theatre interpreting. Outside of work I spend as much of my free time with my family as possible, I also have a passion travel.
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