[ISL interpretation of the English text:]
SLIS have developed a Response Paper to address feedback from our National Forum meeting on the 8th June.
This paper has been developed from notes taken at the break-out sessions in the afternoon of the Forum. It should not be taken as a set of detailed minutes of the event. PLEASE NOTE: Points raised by attendees do not necessarily reflect the views of the staff or Board of SLIS.
It should be read in conjunction with the draft consultation papers that were distributed to attendees before the event.
The documents outline some of the directions that we will follow in the establishment of a new Registration and Quality Assurance scheme.
Below please find links to the Response Paper, as well as a shorter, summary document that deals with the major points of feedback coming from the Forum.
Click here for SLIS National Forum – Response Paper
Click here for SLIS National Forum – Major Feedback Points (Summary)
SLIS National Forum – Major Feedback Points (ISL version)
Thanks to everyone who attended for making the process so helpful, engaging and constructive!
Please find below links to the Facebook Live videos of the National Forum.
(please note: breakout sessions were not recorded).
The Registration Process: Margaret O’Connor & Cormac Leonard
Service user perspective on the register – Need, Value, Benefits & Limitations: Teresa Lynch
How the register will impact the interpreting profession: Suzanne Carey
Lessons learned from the Dutch Sign Language Register: Benny Elferink
Questions & Answers Wrap up: Angela Black, CIB
AFTERNOON SESSION: Chaired by John Stewart, SLIS
Facilitators sum up Questions & Answers