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30 November 2020The NRCPD Board has looked carefully at the impact that Covid-19 has had on the respective professions, and the wider impact that we have in our public protection role and we have decided that there will be no change to registrant fees for 2021, with 2020 rates applying to all registers. The exception to this decision will be the Sign Language Translator register, as we are adjusting the registration fees for RSLTs to be the same as for the Lipspeaker, Speech to Text Reporter, Notetaker and Interpreter for Deafblind People registers.
23 November 2020We now have a section on the website for articles and blog posts, and this can be found in the NRCPD website's header under 'News'.
18 November 2020We hope you have been keeping safe as the crisis period continues. There's been a lot going on at NRCPD since the last newsletter, and we have some updates for you.
18 November 2020Paul Belmonte has been registered with the NRCPD as a fully qualified British Sign Language/English Interpreter since 2013, and has practised since 2005. He began learning British Sign Language in 2001; two years later, a Deaf BSL teacher encouraged him to become an interpreter. Paul says: 'I lacked the confidence and thought I couldn't do it, but the teacher physically put the application forms into my hands and within a few weeks, I was on the interpreting course at Heriot-Watt University.'