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In house BSL Interpreter

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

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

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 ...
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LGBTQ BSL Signs – Celebrating Pride

Pride stands for positivity against discrimination and violence towards LGBTQ people. The Pride parade celebrates its aims to achieve acceptance, legal rights and pride. Pride began with the StoneWall Riots ...
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Multi-channel signs in BSL

Multi-Channel signs, as they are sometimes referred to, are an example of culturally rich BSL used within the Deaf community, and are taught to BSL students from Level 3 BSL ...
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Living Support Workers needed

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 ...
In house BSL Interpreter

How to become a Registered Sign Language Interpreter (RSLI)

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, ...