All interpreters follow a strict code of conduct and have
a high standard of professional etiquette. As interpreting
often involves private or personal matters, confidentiality
is a must.
determination to give a Deaf person an adequate voice and
not colour the translation. Interpreters will always interpret
to the best of their abilities for both parties.
must constantly update and test their skills in a range of
environments, keeping abreast of new phrases, signs and common
as an aid to communications
Interpreters should act only as a channel for communications
flow and remain neutral in all situations.