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NRCPD exists to protect the public by regulating communication and language professionals who work with deaf and deafblind people.
We hold Registers of interpreters for deafblind people, lipspeakers, notetakers, sign language interpreters, sign language translators and speech to text reporters.
We are currently a voluntary regulator, but we want communication and language professionals to be regulated by law. For more information, read our statement of regulatory intent.
The Chair Of NRCPD, Liz Duncan, will be attending VLP's annual conference in Bristol on 30 September; and the Director, Alan Peacock, will be attending ASLI's annual conference in London on 23 September.
At its meeting on 8 August 2017, The NRCPD Board decided that the current registration contract should be amended to include provisions which will allow NRCPD to keep a registrant effective on the register when they fail to pay the annual registration fee, if there is an outstanding complaint about the registrant being dealt with.