Interpreting

BSL Interpreter Progression Route by Remark!

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 become 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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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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Working as a Communication Support Worker with BSL Level 3

In house BSL Interpreter

Are you learning British Sign Language (BSL) and thinking about changing careers?  Did you know that once you have achieved BSL Level 3 you can start working as a Communication Support Worker?  But what is a Communication Support Worker (CSW)?  CSW’s are often associated with providing support for deaf learners in education and schools. They interpret spoken English into British Sign Language (BSL)…

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Remark! Interpreting 10 year anniversary

Remark! Interpreting is excited and extremely proud to be celebrating their ten-year anniversary this year. Remark Interpreting was formed in 2010 and the first office was established in Greenwich, before we moved to our more central location in Leather Lane and although we still have members of the staff who have been with us since…

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Our interpreting services remain available

We, here at Remark! understand that it is currently a difficult and stressful time for everybody, we hope everyone is safe and well. We just wanted to reassure you that our interpreting services remains available. We understand that the majority of the population have been encouraged and have to work from home remotely and we…

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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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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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IBSL Level 6 Interpreting Diploma Graduation at Remark!

IBSL Interpreting Graduation 2019

Last week we celebrated our second graduation of the IBSL Level 6 Interpreting Diploma at Remark! It was great to see the Interpreting students who joined together to celebrate from a mixture of the 1 year programme, 2 year programme and those that joined us after starting with another centre and have now completed their…

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Interpreting Graduation Party

In September we held a Graduation Party for our first group of IBSL Level 6 Diploma in Sign Language Interpreting Studies graduates, the course was delivered by Bruce & Delfosse Interpreter Training (BDIT).  All 10 students successfully completed the qualification and are now qualified as Registered Sign Language Interpreters. We were delighted on the evening to be…

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