As part of CIOL’s quality assurance procedures to ensure standards for Chartered Linguist registration are maintained, we call a random selection of Chartered Linguists for audit on a regular basis.
If you have been called for audit, we will have notified you of the date by which the evidence required to support your continued registration as a Chartered Linguist must be received. Please ensure that the evidence requested is submitted by this date otherwise your registration may be affected.
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Congratulations on successfully achieving your qualification. If you are considering a career in languages, then becoming a Career Affiliate will illustrate to future employers and clients your commitment to your continuing professional development and its the next step to becoming a Chartered Linguist – a protected title, publicly understood as a badge of quality and competence.
Dr Lid King gave the inaugural David Crystal Lecture at the University of Westminster on 21 October 2017. The lecture was held in conjunction with the University of Westminster and the Language Acts and Worldmaking project of the AHRC Open World Research Initiative.
Following a review of the CIOL Code of Professional Conduct which came into force on 1 September 2017, a range of members provided feedback and suggestions to further enhance the code.
Modifications to Clauses 2.1 and 6.5 were therefore presented to CIOL Council at its meeting on 21 October 2017. The modifications, as detailed below, were unanimously accepted.
In addition CIOL Council approved the recommendation to include a definition of 'registered [with CIOL]':