What is included:
- 1-hour video lecture
- 70+ terminology slides for download
Who is this course for?
This is an online masterclass mini-series in two parts for language professionals specialising or interested in legal interpreting and translation, and also for DPSI Law candidates (DPSI = UK Diploma in Public Service Interpreting).
Why do you need to take this course?
This course will give you a clear understanding of the legal terms that are used in the UK asylum-seeking process. A wide range of terminology will be covered, for example:
- Asylum seekers
- Unaccompanied minors
- Home Office
- Border Force
- Royal National Lifeboat Institution
- Charities supporting asylum seekers
- Screening interview
- Substantive interview
- Supporting documents and proof
- Age assessments
- Positive and negative decisions
- Leave to remain
- Local and national borders
- Safe countries
- Detention Centres
- Removal Centres
- Home Office short-term and dispersal accommodation
Specific concepts and phrases involved :
- Well-founded fear of persecution
- and much more!
Complete all video lessons included in the course.
Upon the successful completion of the course and the test you will receive a completion certificate.
Programme outcomes for you:
Upon completion of the course, you will know:
- What the legal difference is between asylum seekers, refugees and economic migrants
- Who the various professionals are and what their roles are in the asylum process
- The correct legal terminology for the various people, places and concepts in these venues
- How to be descriptive when you deal with the terms for which there are no direct equivalents in your legal system or language