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Please see the list below for our next available workshops that are suitable for both TSLI, TSLT, RSLI and RSLT. At these workshops you will acquire CPD points in order to meet the NRCPD’s regulations - To take 24 hours of CPD activity per year; let us help you achieve this with ease.

Upcoming workshops at Remark!:

Consecutive Interpreting with role play with Russell Aldersson

Saturday 21st May 2022 – 10am – 2pm at Remark! Training Centre, London

£90 per student, 4 CPD points.

Developing International Signing - Part 1 with Gavin Lilley.

Friday 10th and Saturday 11th June – 10am – 4pm at Remark! Training Centre, London

£195 per student, 12 CPD points.


Developing International Signing - Part 2 with Gavin Lilley.

Friday 22nd and Saturday 23rd June – 10am – 4pm at Remark! Training Centre, London

£195 per student, 12 CPD points.


Interpreting in Medical Settings with Steph Cobb.

Saturday 1st October 2022 - 10 am - 4 pm - Remark! Training Centre, London

£105 per student6 CPD Points


Interpreting in a Sexual Health Setting with Chance Walton-Ashmore and Andrew Travers.

Saturday 12th November 2022 - Time: TBC - Remark! Training Centre, London

£135 per student6 CPD Points


For any more information about the above workshops or to book your place, please visit our website. Our training team can be reached via [email protected] / 0207 269 2621.

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