LIVE Interpreting for victims of sexual violence

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Next date for this live training:

January 19th, 2022, 14:00 - 16:00 GMT

About this training:

This CPD-certified training is aimed at interpreters who undertake interpreting assignments involving victims of sexual violence. The training is based on materials offered by the EU *INHeRE project.

Please note that the training is conducted in the ENGLISH language.

This training will help you to:

  • Understand the unique challenges and cultural implications of interpreting for victims of violence, including sexual violence;
  • Learn the fundamental principles of effective interpreting during face-to-face and a remote video session (VRI);
  • Learn ways to look after yourself to prevent or deal with vicarious trauma;
  • Practice interpreting for victims of sexual violence during roleplays based on real-life cases (roleplays and relevant information will be provided in advance);
  • Have an opportunity to receive constructive feedback from your colleagues;
  • Learn where to find information on relevant vocabulary and terminology.

Equipment:

It is strongly recommended that you access the training from a laptop, a PC or a tablet (rather than a cellphone). Headsets are recommended to ensure a reasonable quality of sound during the practical part of the training. We also strongly recommend that you jave a video camera as we will be practicing VRI – video-remote interpreting.

Certification

Upon successful completion of the training, you will receive TRANSLIT’s Certificate of Attendance and a CPD UK certificate awarding 2 CPD/CPE points.

* About INHeRE:

“Inclusive Holistic carE for Refugee and migrant victims of sexual violation in Belgium, Ireland and UK”, INHeRE, is an EU-funded project launched on November 1st, 2019, whose aim is to improve holistic care for migrants, applicants of international protection and refugees who have been sexually victimized, regardless of their age, gender, sexual orientation and/or legal status.