CPD / CPE certified 3-module training programme in Public Service (Community) Interpreting
Who is this Programme for?
You will find this programme useful and beneficial if you are:
- a complete beginner or a volunteer interpreter wishing to develop your skills, or
- a translator who would like to branch out into interpreting, or
- an experienced interpreter seeking to refresh your knowledge and to expand your business.
Why do I need to take this course?
Interpreting requires a high-level of professionalism and knowledge of specific terminology. As a public service / community interpreter, you will be working with sensitive and confidential communications. This course will prepare you for these challenges and ensure that you are highly professional and discreet in your work.
What will you learn during this programme?
During this value-packed training programme on Public Service / Community Interpreting, you will learn about the fundamental rules, principles and skills required to carry out public service interpreting work to your best ability. You will also learn how to prepare for your interpreting assignments, what to expect from them, and how to develop your interpreting business.
What is public service interpreting?
Public service interpreting (called “community interpreting” in some countries) is an umbrella term that covers interpreting in public service settings, such as healthcare (hospitals, doctors’ appointments), law enforcement (police and court), immigration (refugee centres), housing, welfare, and so on.
What is included in the programme?
- MODULE 1 – Public service interpreting and core interpreting skills
- MODULE 2 – Public service interpreting settings, specific challenges and terminology
- MODULE 3 – Developing your public service interpreting skills and business
Upon the successful completion of the training programme and the tests included into it you will receive a CPD certificate in Public Service (Community) Interpreting Training Programme.
Programme outcomes for you: upon completion of the programme, you will learn and understand:
- the main principles of public service / community interpreting, relevant practices and the code of ethics
- how to prepare for an interpreting assignment and how to complete it successfully
- core interpreting skills and using them in practice
- challenges specific to various public service interpreting settings and will learn to address them
- how to learn relevant terminology and develop your vocabulary