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If you are searching for an interpreter to work in a Mental Health setting, ASLI recommends you use only Full Members of the Association. Please note, if you are searching for an interpreter to work in the criminal justice system, only those registered with the NRCPD as RSLI, should be used, in accordance with the national agreement with the Ministry of Justice. If you are searching for an interpreter to work in a medical setting the national framework document mandates that the interpreter is registered/regulated with the NRCPD. Further, if during the medical appointment an informed consent is obtained, ASLI recommends you use only Full Members of the Association. If you are searching for an interpreter to work with a social services team on a child protection case, ASLI recommends that you use only Full Members of the Association.

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Deaf Interpreters are skilled at translation work between British Sign Language (BSL) and written English. They are also useful as an intermediary when a deaf client has little or no fluency in standard BSL to mediate the language between the BSL/English interpreter and the deaf client in order that the communication needs of the deaf client are met.

Registered with the NRCPD
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The National Registers of Communication and language Professionals who work with Deaf and Deafblind People (NRCPD). Trainee Sign Language Interpreters (TSLI's) may not work in the criminal justice system or mental health settings. ASLI recommends the use of NRCPD registered/regulated interpreters for every domain or situation. If the interpreter is not registered/regulated with the NRCPD there is no recourse to make a complaint in the event of misinterpretation or error.

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