Kent Freelance Interpreters Group

Freelance BSL interpreting services from Kent

Our Services

Learn more about working with interpreters, the services we can offer and the importance of working with registered professionals.

Deaf Awareness

Deaf Awareness When you first meet a D/deaf* person the best tip to hold in mind is – think visually. If a D/deaf person can’t see you talking/gesturing or signing then they can’t ‘hear’ you.  Here are some tips when first engaging with someone who...

NRCPD Code of Conduct for Communication Professionals

Code of Conduct for Communication ProfessionalsEffective from 1 January 2010 The purpose of this Code of Conduct is to ensure that NRCPD-registered communication professionals carry out their work with a due regard for the rights ofdeaf and hearing...

What information should I provide?

“I'm looking for an interpreter, what information should I provide?” Providing clear & relevant information is very important as it will help interpreters decide whether they can  accept your booking. The kind of information we need is listed...

Working with an Interpreter

BSL/English Interpreters should be registered professionals. They work in a great many settings, for example legal, medical and education, to name just a few. They are qualified to work between two languages ensuring the meaning comes across as...