Issue no 9, 31/10/16
Welcome to this issue of the ISL Newsletter. We hope that you find the content useful and enjoyable. If you would like to get involved or have some ideas about what we can feature, please email the team on email@example.com.
Story 1: Unlock your potential, Increase your income and Improve your performance
The International School of Linguists (ISL) are proud to announce that its Level 6 Diploma in Community Interpreting (DCI) has been recognised by the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) as one of the qualifications that will allow interpreters to work on all of their interpreting assignments.
The DCI will increase your earning potential, improve your skills and provide a nationally recognised qualification. It consists of 6 mandatory modules, including consecutive and simultaneous interpreting, sight translation and ethics. Read more here.
Story 2: Language Show Live 2016
You may already be aware that ISL had a stand at this years Language Show Live in London. We are proud to say that this event was a huge success and we had many linguists signing up to our Interpreting Qualifications. Don’t miss out on our fantastic, limited time offer, for this week only. Sign up to our Level 3 Certificate in Community Interpreting and receive a 10% discount with the code: LSL10L3.
Story 3: Stress Management for Interpreters
At some point in our lives, we will experience some form of stress. Whether it is occupational or personal, knowing how to deal with the situation effectively and knowing how to de-stress, is the key to our own health and wellbeing. Every interpreter is at risk of stress due to the nature of work they undertake. Our 5 top tips will assist interpreters to manage stress that may arise. Read our 5 top tips here.
Story 4:How to be an Interpreter: Advice for Newcomers
Interpreting as a career is competitive but rewarding and the demand for interpreters to bridge the language barrier between people and professionals is in high demand, all over the world.
If you are completely new to this and want to know what it takes to get into this field, our 5 steps on how to become an interpreter will send you on your way. Read more here.
Story 5: CPD for interpreters
Looking to enhance your specialist knowledge? Want to refresh your knowledge in the interpreting field? Or are you simply looking to gain some CPD hours? ISL specialist courses can help you. Browse our list of courses here. We also offer some classroom interpreting workshops. These workshops combine tutor led sessions, group exercises, professional discussions, homework exercises, research activities and hands-on practise sessions to help you to build your knowledge and skills in different interpreting settings. Browse our listings here.
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