A little bit about us
A community brought together by the belief that barriers are built to be broken. Our mission is to make all branches of life accessible for all people.
Based in West Sussex, we believe equal access is more than just a few notes and an interpreter. Whatever the barrier, there is someone out there ready to empower you to break it down. Let us find them for you.
Services we offer
- Staff Meetings
- Training Days
This service covers all manner of occasions. There might be a conference coming up that needs a BSL …
- Needs Assessors
We can help you by providing a range of support workers in colleges and universities
- Courses & Qualifications
- Become a Trainer
- Accreditation & Registration
This is where you’ll come to find information about all the training courses we’ll offer
I would highly recommend this company. There is always a helpful and speedy response when making a booking or asking for information. On the day of my booking, the interpreter was very professional and informative whenever I asked a question. I was very comfortable with the interpreter in the meeting and they gave me confidence, knowing their place without overstepping boundaries. Afterwards we were able to debrief and I felt secure and supported throughout. I would definitely use this company again. Thank you.
Signs and Wonders are always a pleasure to work for. They are always quick to respond with enquiries, always with a personable response. As a professional, it's reassuring to know they will source and give as much information they can on the assignments. I wouldn't hesitate to work for them again in the future.
Kate, Freelance Interpreter
Thanks so much for the work you have booked me in for this year. Signs and Wonders are definitely my preferred agency to work with. The information provide is comprehensive and clear, no query is considered too trivial to answer and invoices are paid promptly and correctly. I particularly appreciate your dedication to excellence in client service and your understanding that continuity of support is crucial to this. I wish you a happy holiday season and I look forward to working for you again in the new year.
Ruthanne, Freelance Interpreter