ISL September Newsletter

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Issue no 8, 26/09/16

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 info@islinguists.com.

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CCS
 
ISL's Level 3 Certificate in Community Interpreting has been nominated for 2 E-Learning awards and has made the shortlist for the final.
 
Read more about this huge success here.

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CPD for Interpreters

 

At ISL we recognise the importance of continuous professional development and being a member of the ITI, we are happy to announce that we offer 10% off our specialism courses for linguists that are also ITI members. 
 
 

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Upcoming Events
 
ISL offer a number of classroom interpreting workshops that are essential for your continued CPD and will also be making an appearance at the Language Show Live in London.
 
 
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Increase the Amount of Work You Get Within the Public Sector

 
You might have read in the news that the CCS framework has recently been awarded. This is big news for interpreters working in the Public Sector because it can have an impact on the type of work opportunities that you will receive and the diversity of the work that you can fulfil.
 

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Did you know you may be eligible for tax deductions on the training you are undertaking? 

If you're self-employed and the purpose of the training is to up-date your existing skills and expertise, you may be able to claim for tax deductions. An example of an eligible candidate would be a self-employed interpreter who has already undertaken Level 3 Certificate in Community Interpreting and is seeking to complete a Level 4 or Level 6 to up skill their knowledge.

For more information, click here. To contact the team, please email us on: info@islinguists.com

 

 

 

 

 

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