Here you will find a regularly updated list of the outcomes of all cases considered by the Professional Conduct and the Disciplinary Committees (following a change in publications policy with effect from 1st July 2014).
13 April 2020
The Register received two complaints alleging that the Registrant provided poor quality interpreting at two separate interpreting assignments.
Due to insufficient evidence the complaints were not referred to the DC.
27 March 2020
The Register received a complaint alleging that the Respondent failed to complete an assignment.
The PCC considered the complaint received and after careful consideration, has decided to admonish the Respondent in relation to all alleged breaches of Clauses 4.1, 4.7 and 4.8 of the NRPSI Code of Professional Conduct.
02 March 2020
The Register received a complaint alleging that the Registrant had undertaken assignments in a language other than that for which they were registered with NRPSI.
The complaint was not referred to the DC.
The Registrant received a warning from the PCC and was reminded of their obligation to respond to complaints in a timely manner under clause 3.16 of the Code.
25 February 2020
The Register received a complaint alleging that the Registrant failed to attend an assignment after refusing to co-operate with the Principal in finding alternative transport to the assignment after the Registrant experienced difficulties.
The complaint was not referred to the DC. The Registrant was given a warning by the PCC and was reminded of their obligations under clauses 4.7 and 4.8 of the Code.