BSL interpreter – BA (Hons) BSL/English Interpreting
P.G. Diploma – BSL/English Interpreting
Over 18 years experience working in Education, Local Government, Legal Settings, Mental Health, Medical Consultations, Employment, Conference, Theatre, Religion, LGBT Events and Community settings.
Can offer sign supported Lipspeaking/SSE if requested.
BSL/English sign language interpreter MA (RSLI)
Can offer Sign supported lipspeaking/ sign supported English (SSE) if requested.
Experienced employment service advisor for D/deaf and HofH people.
Able to undertake a full range of assignments. Experience in a wide range of domains e.g. Legal, Medical, Education, Welfare, Social Care, Training Courses, theatre and more..
NRCPD registered and very competent lipspeaker who is happy to travel to any part of the UK & Ireland (rates negotiable). Will also consider assignments outside the UK.
L3 qualified modifier of written English for Deaf people.
I first became involved with working with deaf people after a career change in 1999. I passed my BSL level 1 & 2, and became interested in developing my lipspeaking skills. I passed the ‘old’ level two in 2006, and was a member of the Class of 2011, qualifying as a level three lipspeaker early in 2012.
I now work freelance as a lipspeaker.
Can offer sign supported Lipspeaking
Willing to travel to all areas
Dilys grew up with a deaf brother and started to learn sign language in 1991. In 2001 she qualified as a level 3 lipspeaker.
She has previously been chair of the association of lipspeakers for 4 year and was also chair of the local Deaf Childrens Society for a numbers of years.
Dilys has been a tutor on the last two lipspeaker training courses and is a trained examiner and assessor of lipspeakers.
Can offer sign supported lipspeaking.
From the age of four Karen grew up with a deafened parent. My step-father (George) gradually started to lose his hearing in his teens. By the time he met my mum he had a bilateral servere to profound sensory-neural hearing loss. His deafness was caused by a hereditary condition. His father also was deafened and the same hereditary condition is now effecting my brothers hearing. From a very early age Karen was encouraged to ‘mouth it clearly’ and to ‘speak clearly’, who knew this would one day would be known as Lipspeaking!
Qualified Educational Communicator for the Deaf.
Experienced in educational settings, community work or employment areas for D/deaf and HofH people.
NRCPD registered level 3 Lipspeaker, and Level 6 BSL.
Can offer sign supported lipspeaking/ sign supported English (SSE), if requested.
Qualified L3 in Accessible English for Deaf/deafblind people and in Modifying Text for Deaf/deafblind people.
Over 16 years experience working within the D/deaf and HofH people.
Qualified BSL Level 3
Has experience in various settings, Education, Legal (Police, Civil & Family, Magistrates and Crown), Local Government, Medical, Employment, Religious, Conferences and Events and various work and community settings
Can offer sign supported Lipspeaking/SSE if requested
Available to travel UK wide
Secretary to Association of Lipspeakers
NRCPD Registered Qualified BSL/English Interpreter RSLI
A1 Assessor (2009)
Enhanced CRB check and fully insured.
Experienced Legal Lipspeaker available UK wide. Experience working in Social Services, Child/Adult Protection, Party Political Conference, Mental Health/NHS, Central and Local Government