Who is it for? The course ‘Nottingham University Hospital Interpreter Preparation’, has been created especially for the University hospital and the unique approach they have to interpreting.
Nottingham University Hospital use volunteers from within their own staff to perform the job of an interpreter in emergencies while they wait for an interpreter to arrive.
The course is only available to Nottingham University staff.
What job is this course applicable to?
- Face to face Interpreter
- Nottingham University Hospital
When can I start? You can start the course today.
What is the cost? The course is free to nottingham University staff.
How long does it take? The average length of time taken is 2 hours.
Are there any requirements? You will require is an internet connection and basic computer skills.
What will I learn? The course contains information on what is expected of a professional interpreter and how to carry out interpreting in line with the usual code of conduct guidelines including confidentiality and professionalism.
How will you assess me? The Nottingham University Hospital Interpreter Preparation course has a knowledge review at the end of the course to check what you have learned. You can revisit part, or all, of the course at any time once you have completed it.
What will I get? Once you have completed the course you will be able to download a certificate of achievement.
How do I get started? Click on the ‘register/login’ link to begin. If this is your first visit, you can register and set up a new, free, account. If you have studied with us before, you can log in using your existing credentials.