NRCPD Updates for March 2020

Temporary Registration Changes In Effect From 1 April 2020

31 March 2020

On Tuesday 31st March 2020, we emailed all NRCPD registrants giving further detail about the temporary changes to registrations and renewals due to the impacts of COVID-19. These temporary changes will...

Registration Changes During COVID-19 Pandemic

27 March 2020

NRCPD is making temporary changes to how registrations and renewals will work for the next few months due to the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic and national guidance.

Registration Service Delivery During COVID-19

26 March 2020

We live in unprecedented and rapidly changing times with the COVID-19 pandemic and we wanted to reassure you of the delivery of the NRCPD registration service you all expect and deserve.

COVID-19 Response - Call for Evidence

23 March 2020

Please see the official letter we sent to the Treasury on the COVID-19 response

Inclusion of Deaf People in Live National Addresses on Coronavirus

17 March 2020

RE: Inclusion of Deaf People in Live National Addresses on Coronavirus - provision of British Sign Language Interpreting at Live National Addresses

Professional Practice during the COVID-19 Pandemic - Regulatory Guidance

17 March 2020

As the UK National Regulator, we understand that you may be concerned about how the COVID-19 pandemic impacts on your need to practise safely and your ability to work. Our collective professions are more important than ever at this stressful time for many people - stress that is multiplied amongst d/Deaf and deafblind people because of the lack of accessible information.

ASLI/NRCPD Joint Statement - Access to Information and Services Coronavirus - Covid19

12 March 2020

The Association of Sign Language Interpreters (UK) and the National Registers of Communication Professionals working with Deaf and Deafblind people (NRCPD) echo the statement made by the World Federation of the Deaf and the World Association of Sign Language Interpreters, which can be found here

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