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.
This qualification is flexible, meaning that you can comfortably study around your existing work and family commitments. You will also be able to directly influence how quickly you qualify. You can start your DCI qualification at any time, in any location and in any language. Expert assessors and language specialists are on hand to guide and support you throughout the qualification.
We have even created a customised option to ensure that our candidates are able to interpret effectively within police, court, prison and probation settings.
On completion of the course and with your permission, we will recommend you to the agencies contracted to provide language services to the MoJ. Successful completion of the course and registration with The Big Word and The Language Shop will mean that you can earn between £18 and £29 per hour depending on the type of assignment that you will be undertaking
Don’t be put off if you feel that you cannot commit to completing the whole DCI qualification. We have taken a modular approach to the course that will allow you to work towards completing the DCI without having to restart the course. Each module is £300 and this includes certifications and assessments. The full 10 module DCI course is £1195. We offer a number of payment options including payment through instalments.
So if you want to earn more money, improve and enhance your interpreting skills and abilities and want to be exposed to all of the interpreting assignments within the MoJ, why not complete this simple form and express an interest in registering for the DCI course.
We expect there to be high demand for this course and places will be limited. On receipt of your form, one of our team will then be in touch to discuss next steps and answer any questions that you may have.
For general enquiries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.