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Taz Hockaday

My work with Deaf people began in 1998 when I qualified as a Communication Support Worker and started supporting Deaf students in education. Over the years I rose through BSL levels and qualified as an interpreter in 2010 after studying a PGDip from the University of Central Lancashire. I am currently a distance student studying an MSc in British Sign Language / English Interpreting with Queen Margaret’s University in Edinburgh.

I work in many different domains including Health, Education, Charity, Social Services and Conferences. I interpret for Deaf professionals in their various workplaces – IT companies to Social Services and have experience of working in theatre and rehearsal rooms. I am quite confident with technology and have a flexible approach to my interpreting work.

I am registered with the National Register of Communication Professionals working with Deaf and Deafblind People (NRCPD) and am also a full member of ASLI, the Association of Sign Language Interpreters.

  • Qualified since 2010
  • Daily fee* £280
*Indicative inclusive fee when working a standard day in central London 10.00-17.00. More may be charged for evening/weekend working or for assignments which are more demanding, in terms of preparation or specialist abilities

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If you'd rather discuss a booking over the phone, you can call me on 07771 363186