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Issue no 5, 12/06/16

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


Alan Ng

Alan Ng, one of our Level 3 Certificate in Community Interpreting students, proudly holding his qualification certificate with the Manager of ISL, Robert Mynett, after he visited us in our office in Leeds.

Well done Alan!


Continuous Professional Development

One of the most effective ways to gain new skills, expand your knowledge to diversify your work opportunities and enhance your CV with Continual Professional Development (CPD), is to take a training course. If you don't have the time or money to complete a full Interpreting qualification to enhance your CPD then our course bundles are perfect for you.


ISL's course bundles are a great way to learn new skills, refresh your knowledge and find new interpreting opportunities at a pace that fits in with your busy schedule.

Browse our course bundles here.


Language Show Live - London, 2016.

ISL are pleased to announce that we will be attending the Language Show Live 2016 in London in October. Language Show London is Europe's largest exhibition for anyone with a passion for languages. The show is spread across 3 days (14th, 15th & 16th) and the event will offer you the chance to attend over 60 CPD certified seminars and workshops, visit stands featuring products, services and offers that will help you in your career and network with thousands of other language teachers, learners, translators and linguists who love languages as much as you. Better yet, you can meet members of the ISL team and it is its absolutely free to attend! 

language show live

Sign up for your free tickets here.




ISL Interpreter Workshops

ISL offer a range of interpreting classroom workshops in our training facility in Farringdon, London and in Leeds. These workshops specialise in different topics such as business interpreting, ethics and police and court interpreting and are facilitated by experienced, expert tutors


Click here to browse our list of workshops.

Our offerings change all the time so remember to check back often to see what is new. If there is a workshop or webinar that you would like us to create let us know by emailing


Blogs and Posts

Keep up to date with us and check out our most recent blogs, written by Tess Wilkinson, the Learning and Development Administrator from ISL.

- Are NUS cards really worth buying?

- 5 Top Tips for those Wanting to Become Freelance Interpreters


Woman freelance working in her home-office





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