NUBSLI launches guide to using BSL/English interpreters

A guide for anyone that uses the services of British Sign Language/English interpreters.

The National Union for British Sign Language Interpreters (NUBSLI) has just launched a guide for anyone that uses the services of British Sign Language/English interpreters. The guide draws on the expertise of interpreters who are currently working in the profession, and is designed for anyone to use. So, whether you work with interpreters on a daily basis, or you’ve just received a request that ‘someone needs a signer’ – this guide has plenty of relevant information to ensure that everyone has the access they need to make communication seamless, including booking the most appropriate interpreter support, interpreting rates and information you need to provide to ensure a good service.
Read the guide here: NUBSLI Interpreter Awareness Guide

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