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Standards for Interpreting Service Providers (Agencies) 2017

ASLI Best Practice Guidance Document

This document lays out minimum standards expected by ASLI for Interpreting Service Providers (ISP) providing bookings for BSL/English interpreting. The aim of ISPs is to provide appropriate interpreting and translation services to Deaf and hearing people. The following standards principally align with international guidance for interpreting provision, such as the Internal Organization for Standardization (ISO) 13611 Guidelines for Community Interpreting.

 

Standards for Interpreting Service Providers (Agencies) 2017

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