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ASLI is the Association of Sign Language Interpreters in the United Kingdom. Established in 1987, our members have worked tirelessly and, for the most part, voluntarily to maintain and improve standards of service within our profession, raise awareness of sign language interpreting within the Deaf and mainstream communities and lobby government and regulatory bodies in order to achieve high levels of recognition and provision wherever possible.
ASLI is a membership organisation that encourages members to maintain and enhance their practise by offering opportunities for continuous professional development (CPD). We can also put interpreters in touch with a pool of mentors who have undertaken training specifically developed for those working in our field.
We regularly hold stimulating and informative conferences that attract presenters and delegates from around the globe. For more information please see the About ASLI page.
For information about the registration body please see the National Registers of Communication Professionals working with Deaf and Deafblind People (NRCPD). They have a complaints procedure should you not be satisfied with service provided by an interpreter. In the first instance feedback should be provided directly to the interpreter then employer or agency.
For information on BSL interpreting in Scotland, please visit the Scottish Interpreters Network to find information regarding ASLI members working in Scotland; for information on the Scottish register (SASLI) click here.