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Tips for working most effectively with a BSL/English Interpreter

What is the role of a BSL/English Interpreter? Interpreters facilitate communication between British Sign Language users and hearing people who use spoken English, making sure it is a smooth process. Interpreters must have excellent knowledge of the two languages and cultures. For example they will receive information in BSL, process its meaning, then interpret it…

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Working as a Communication Support Worker (CSW) at Remark!

In this video Liam tells us about his job role as a Communication Support Worker (CSW) within the Training team at Remark!. We have several teams here at Remark! and mine is within the BSL Training team. My job title is CSW/Administrator. As a CSW, I provide communication support and interpret for the Level 2…

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The difference between a Registered Sign Language Interpreter (RSLI) and Trainee Sign Language Interpreter (TSLI)

In house BSL Interpreter

The National Register of Communication Professionals working with Deaf and Deafblind People (NRCPD) have two registration categories for BSL Interpreters: Registered Sign Language Interpreter (RSLI) and Trainee Sign Language Interpreter (TSLI). Registered Sign Language Interpreter (RSLI) Registered Sign Language Interpreters (RSLIs) hold a Level 6 qualification in sign language interpreting and a Level 6 qualification in…

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Applying for the Access to Work Benefit for a BSL Interpreter or CSW

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Access to Work is a benefit funded by the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP). You can claim Access to Work if you require a BSL Interpreter or Communication Support Worker (CSW) in order for you to do your job effectively. If you are currently looking for work, Access to Work can pay for a…

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Communication Support Worker Opening Evening

Join us for a open evening to get an insight in to working for Remark! as a Communication Support Worker (CSW) or a CSW in a office setting. You will meet the Remark! team, practice CSW skills such as telephone interpreting and can take part in a Q & A session where you can find…

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Remark! Community seeking new trustees

Remark! Community is seeking to recruit new Trustees to join their existing Board. This is an excellent opportunity to be actively involved in supporting and overseeing the charity and to contribute to the strategic direction, fundraising, project visits, project celebration events and other activities on an ad-hoc basis. Remark! Community is a charity set up…

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Living Support Workers needed

Support Worker job advert

In this video one of our Senior Support Workers has a chat with a client from our Living service to find out more about him and how Remark! has supported him over the years. If you’re interested in becoming a Support Worker at Remark! visit our Work With Us page.

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Remark! Living recruiting new support workers

Support Worker job advert

Remark! Living works with service users who are elderly, disabled, or have additional needs and need our support to remain independent. We are looking for support workers to join our team. Visit our Work With Us page to find out more about the role and how to apply.

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How to become a Registered Sign Language Interpreter (RSLI)

In house BSL Interpreter

We know it can be overwhelming to figure out the best route in training to become a Sign Language Interpreter. If you’re aspiring to becoming a Registered Sign Language Interpreter, Remark! Training can help you get there. We have a clear progression route to take you from complete novice to qualified BSL interpreter, all based…

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