Professional Sign Language Interpreters

ASLI, the Association of Sign Language Interpreters in the United Kingdom was established in 1987, to provide professional discussion on all issues related to sign language interpreting and the provision of interpreting service. From the beginning our aims have been simple: to encourage good practice in sign language interpreting and to support our fellow professionals.

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“Going Pro” – a special ASLI conference for student and early-career interpreters

April 18, 2018

“Going Pro” – a special ASLI conference for student and early-career interpreters   Friday 5 October 2018 Chancellor’s Hall, University of Wolverhampton     Calling all BSL interpreting students and recently qualified TSLIs / RSLIs!   Are you wondering how best to launch your career as a BSL interpreter?   Do you have practical questions […]

EdSign Lecture 24th April 2018

April 4, 2018

Deaf children create their own language: the case of Nicaraguan Sign Language by Molly Flaherty, University of Edinburgh Tuesday 24th April 6:30pm – 8pm Where: Paterson’s Land, room LG34 Moray House, School of Education, University of Edinburgh EH8 8AQ Map: Molly will be talking about: Nicaraguan Sign Language (NSL) is one of the youngest […]

The ATW cap is being raised to £57,200

March 20, 2018

The DWP have announced that from 1st April 2018 cap is being raised from 1.5 x the National Average Salary (£43,100) to 2 x the National Average Salary (£57,200). You can read all about this on DeafATW. You can also read the UKCoD statement, with BSL translation, on DeafATW. The higher cap should make it easier for many Deaf people […]


  WFD and WASLI have jointly developed a statement to express our concern about the way in which decisions on where and when to use signing avatars as a form of access to spoken or written content is being managed by public authorities. As signed languages are fully-fledged languages with their own complex structures that are […]

NW Regional Meeting/TGA Training

February 12, 2018

NW Regional meeting 10:00-12:30 Transgender Awareness Training – 1:00-4:00 – Helen Becks Manchester Deaf Centre Crawford House, Booth Street East, Manchester M13 9GH  

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