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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News about Webinars

September 15, 2017

There are two webinars arranged for just after our Anniversary Conference. One will give you the opportunity to build your confidence using the ASLI website and the other will give you a glimpse into the various roles within the organisation. Avoid disappointment, email training@asli.org.uk to book your place. A member of the Board represented England […]

DeafATW survey about the ATW cap is now ready.

September 8, 2017

The DeafATW survey about the ATW cap is ready now. Survey link below: Click here for information about the survey in BSL. The DeafATW survey for people with ATW who have or will have capped budgets (in April 2018) is now ready. Please can you share with anyone you know who has or will have […]

Safeguarding Training For Interpreters

September 4, 2017

Safeguarding Training for Interpreters Saturday October 14th 2017 10:00-3:30 pm Manchester Deaf Centre Welcome to Manchester Deaf Centre! 10:00am – 3:30pm How to recognise a potential safeguarding concern What is safeguarding Definitions & forms of abuse & neglect Who experiences abuse Whose role is it to report a safeguarding concern? Discussions about in what situation […]

Bridging the Gap 5: Looking forward together

August 25, 2017

This conference to be hosted at Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh is the 5th in the Bridging the Gap series. The conferences were established to ensure that discussions about research ‘bridge the gap’ between academia and the British Deaf Community. They aim to encourage collaboration and discussion between (deaf and hearing) academics and deaf people. Previous […]

Interpreters wanted to complete a short survey to inform a new Sands workshop

August 18, 2017

The Stillbirth and Neonatal Death Charity (Sands) is currently designing a one-day bereavement care workshop for spoken language and sign language interpreters, to be launched in 2018. The course will aim to enable interpreters to develop the knowledge and skills to facilitate effective and sensitive communication between health practitioners and non-English speaking and deaf parents […]

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