The Scottish Association of Sign Language Interpreters (SASLI) is going through a transition to become the Scottish Register of Language Professionals with the Deaf Community (SRLPDC)
SASLI was the voluntary regulatory body for language and communication professionals working with Deaf and Deafblind people in Scotland. The organisation went through a review and at the end, members decided to keep the register part of SASLI but to change the name to reflect the new organisation. There may be a membership body set up in the future. For more information about the review process, click here.
We are waiting for Companies House to process our change of name. Once that has happened, we will update this page.
Public documents about SRLPDC and our work are now available here: http://www.sasli.org.uk/srlpdc-documents/
SRLPDC is looking for a dynamic web designer to develop a new website for us!
The new organisation, SRLPDC, is in the process of being set up and we need a new website to hold the new Scottish Register.
Please send your expression of interest to us at email@example.com by Friday 3 April 2020 at 12 noon.
Arrangements will be made to interview you that are in line with current advice on the coronavirus.
The Current Register of Language Professionals
Liz Scott Gibson
Sally Fraser Hay
Christine Lawler; Jackie Greenshields
Karen Forbes; Lesley King; Melissa Toner; Charles Wyllie; Helen Penman; Zoe Harvey; Gary Ewing; Michael McCourt; Rosanne Beveridge
In the meantime, you can still find contact information for these Language Professionals from the SASLI Directory: http://www.sasli.org.uk/directory/