I graduated from Wolverhampton University in 2000 and qualified in 2005 via the NVQ route. I have worked in all domains and continue to enjoy doing so.
I have facilitated workshops for colleagues on voiceover skills and awareness raising of Professional Supervision. I Gave a paper on Professional Supervision at Landshut University, which was subsequently published in Das Zeichen.
I trained as a Professional Supervisor with 360 Supervision. Graduating after the years diploma in february 2016. I currently split my time between interpreting and supervising colleagues.
I am an active member of ESLIN, the Essex Sign Language Interpreters Network, currently sitting on the committee. I was a founding member of KFIG, the Kent Freelance Interpreters Group.
- Mental Health
- Social Services
- Training Courses
- Professional Supervisor