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Alan Peacock – An overview of the NRCPD: enhancing public protection and professional recognition

30 November 2016


Centre for Education Research and Scholarship
Interpreting and Translation Seminars
Middlesex University5 December 2016, 18:30, Room W147 (Williams Building) 

Alan Peacock, NRCPD Director and Registrar: An overview of the National Registers of Communication Professionals working with Deaf and Deafblind People (NRCPD): enhancing public protection and professional recognition

NRCPD is the UK voluntary regulator for communication professionals working with deaf and deafblind people. As a voluntary regulator, its key purpose is to act in the public interest by: keeping registers of practitioners who meet agreed standards of practice in their work; setting the standards that practitioners need to meet to get onto and then stay on the register; requiring registered practitioners to abide by a Code of Conduct; and investigating complaints about alleged breaches of the Code. NRCPD Director and Registrar, Alan Peacock, will give an overview of NRCPD’s work and its aims for the future.”

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