Fees: Standard £ 420 Conc £No conc. Full £420
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The role of a Community Interpreter. Learn about interpreting techniques, Public Services and much more.
Bilingual people who would like to work as an interpreter within their community.
You must have done Community Interpreting Part 1 or a similar course before you can sign up for this course. You need to be fluent in English and your mother tongue. Some previous experience of working as an interpreter either paid or on a voluntary basis would be an advantage but not essential. Please note you need to be able to write in your mother tongue as the Glossaries are from English into your mother tongue. Computer literate.
You'll gain a qualification that you can show to prospective employers.
Lecturing, group work, self-study and computer research, video, role-play
Computer research as well as public service research on its services offered to the community.
Tutor assessment, self assessment as well as peer assessment through written assignment, delivering presentations and role-plays. Assignments must be word-processed.
Tutor will advise.
Examination costs (about £65/70) folder, pen, paper
Help with literacy is available through the basic education programme and the ESOL programme offers help for speakers of other languages. Additional support can be provided for students with learning difficulties and/or disabilities. Details are available in the Prospectus or from teaching or Reception staff.