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Guidelines For Workplace Interpreting (ATW) 2019

ASLI Best Practice Guidance Document

This document presents a set of Guidelines for British Sign Language/English interpreters engaged within the workplace setting. It is predominantly, but not exclusively, aimed at interpreters (Registered Sign Language Interpreters and Trainee Sign Language Interpreters) who are engaged to work with deaf people through the UK Government’s Access to Work Scheme.

 

Guidelines For Workplace Interpreting (ATW) 2019

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