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e. Interpreting in Court Workshop (2 Day)

£150.00 inc. VAT

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Utilising content taken directly from our Level 6 Diploma in Community Interpreting, this two day workshop provides you with detailed background knowledge of processes, policies and terminology that you need to be aware of when interpreting in Court and will also provide you with the opportunity to build your terminology and practice interpreting in Court situations with other interpreters in a safe environment.

Available for bilingual interpreters in all languages, this workshop combines  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 a court setting.

This course is beneficial for interpreters who are interested in adapt their skills to be able to interpret in court situations and also for interpreters who already provide interpreting within court settings who would like to refresh or further develop their skills and knowledge.

This course is only open to individuals who:

  • Already have an interpreting qualification (Level 3 Certificate in Community Interpreting, Level 4 Certificate in Community Interpreting, Diploma in Public Service Interpreting (DPSI) or an Interpreting Degree)

Or

  • Have more than 100 hours in providing professional interpreting

Note: this is not an interpreting qualification and although the content of this course can be used to help you prepare for interpreting qualifications it is not enough in isolation for you to qualify as a court interpreter.

Please contact the team at info@islinguists.com for information on the next workshop dates.

You will be asked to confirm your location preference after purchase.

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Course Description

To book your place on the workshop, you need only to pay the basic entry price. The cost will cover the attendance on the day and any materials, refreshments and a basic certificate of completion.

You will have the option to upgrade your certificate to Endorsed or Accredited Level 6 for an additional fee if you wish. The work you do at this workshop can be put toward the Level 6 Diploma in Community Interpreting qualification.

What jobs is this workshop suitable for?

  • Face to Face interpreter
  • Telephone Interpreter

In these roles, you could earn between £30 and £60 per hour (source: http://www.prospects.ac.uk).

Where is the workshop venue?

The workshop will be delivered in Farringdon, London and Leeds.

When can I start?

Reserve your place by clicking the ‘Get Started Now’ button.

How long does it take?

Each day of the workshop lasts for 6 hours, not including scheduled breaks.

Are there any requirements?

There are no specific requirements to join the workshop, but please note the delivery will be in English and is designed for those who are studying to be, or working as, professional interpreters.

What will I learn?

The workshop covers:

  • Introduction to Court Interpreting
  • Court hierarchy
  • Court layout
  • The Role of the Court Interpreter
  • Examination in Court
  • Barrister’s Opening Address
  • Refer students to GCSE law
  • Glossary work on courts
  • Simultaneous Practice
  • Different Courts
  • Legal Professionals and their role
  • Hearings
  • Sentencing
  • Bail
  • Court Order & Injunction
  • The Work of the Coroner
  • Court Job Folder
  • The Oath

How many credits is the workshop worth?

The workshop is worth 50 CPD hours. The full, accredited workshop is worth 5 credits at Level 6.

What support will I have?

  • Participants advice and opinions
  • Career Guidance
  • High quality course materials
  • 24-hour access to our Virtual Learning Environment (VLE)
  • Guidance and support from your assigned, qualified facilitator

How will you assess me?

You will be assessed through your participation in the workshop and the ‘homework’ assigned.

Can I apply for funding or discounts?

For information on funding and discounts, please click here.

Is the workshop tax deductible?

If you’re self-employed and if purpose of the training is to up-date your existing skills and expertise, you may be able to claim for tax deductions.  For example – if you are already an interpreter and you are attending this workshop to increase your existing skills.

For more information, follow this link: http://www.hmrc.gov.uk/manuals/bimmanual/bim42526.htm

How do I apply?

You can get started with your qualification today by clicking the ‘Get Started Now’ button on this page.

  • Workshop Fee: £150 
  • Facilitator-led classroom workshop
  • 2 day workshop
  • Accredited and Endorsed options available