Signs In Vision is a dynamic and vibrant company set up to provide registered BSL Interpreters and Language Service Professionals to the Deaf Community as well as training in Deaf Awareness, Culture and a range of CPD courses and workshops.
Signs in Vision set up the interpreting arm of the business following the closure of the Communication Support Unit (CSU) which supported Deaf people in the County.
This was done in consultation with Deaf People in the county and has turned into a thriving agency supporting Deaf people to gain the access needed to fill their basic need of communication in various domains.
To achieve high quality standards with a continuous improvement process
To support all those who take part in our training and workshops at all levels
To work with our partner agencies to provide high quality Interpreters
To raise awareness in the wider community
To provide greater access to all Deaf people in the community
To continue to expand the community support services via our Deaf forums and coffee mornings
A vibrant company set up in 2007 to meet the gap both in the training and development of qualified Sign Language Interpreters, which meets the needs of Deaf people in the wider community.
We provide associated training in Deaf Awareness, Deaf Community and Culture and the range of NVQ courses leading up to Nationally Recognised Qualifications.
We involve many Deaf people in our training modules and courses, thus supporting the Deaf Community and actively encourage Deaf people to make contributions in our Deaf forums to work along side us, checking we are producing what the community needs and represents their views.
We offer the our full range of courses to individuals and organisations in the commercial, voluntary, and statutory sector as well as short courses tailored made to meet the needs of individuals.
After achieving a 100% pass rate over 7 years of training intepreters it is with regret that Signs in Vision have closed the NVQ training department. The reason for the closure is to enable us to continue supporting the interpreters and assessors, all trained through Signs in Vision, in continual professional development, peer supervision and mentoring.