Watch: ‘How to use an interpreter’ by Info-shot

Posted on December 19, 2012



Info-shot is a new information service aimed at increasing awareness and equity of deaf people and deaf issues by producing short videos covering common topics, in BSL with subtitles. The first video looks at ‘How to use  BSL/English Interpreters.’ Very useful for hearing folk who’ve never used a terp before. Take a look.

The next Info-shot will be on ‘Terminology.’ 

Info-shot is a collaboration between COMMTACS training & development and Sign Language Interactions

You can visit Info-shot pages at: www.infoshot.org.uk, and visit their YouTube channel at: http://www.youtube.com/user/infoshot

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