Temporary Practice Restrictions

These are the limitations to my interpreting work that I must apply until I can find an A1 Assessor to sign me off. From the NRCPD:

We can restrict a regulated communication professional's practice if we need to. This will generally be because the professional is undertaking compulsory skills and knowledge updating to join or rejoin the profession after a period of absence....

While the communication professional is subject to practice restrictions they have to limit the work they accept. They must be certain all the work they accept is safely within their competence range so they do not put themselves, or their clients at risk. On no account must they undertake work of a legal nature, which includes police and court, disciplinary meetings, consents, and contract agreements.

Jim Cromwell