At ISL, we are really keen on receiving feedback from our customers and students as this allows us to continually grow and develop as a business and improve the services we offer.
We are delighted to announce that our first Level 6 Diploma in Community Interpreting student, Elona, has had all of her work signed off and is awaiting her certificates. This is a great milestone for Elona.
See what Elona had to say about her studies below:
1) Have you enjoyed the qualification?
Yes, I have enjoyed my qualification. It has been something different studying online.
2) What has been your experience vs. your initial perception of the qualification?
My initial perception of the qualification was that it will be straight forward and easy but I was wrong. The course needs lots of dedication and hard work.
3) Did you progress as well as you hoped prior to making a start?
I think I have done well but I have to mention a few people to thank them for their support: Pam, Robert Teresa and Ajub have been really helpful and professional.
4) What were the biggest challenges you faced?
Knowing my target language in-depth IE: terminology. I never knew how much I can learn.
5) What would you change about your experience?
Overall, It has been great. There were some delays getting everything signed off but I still enjoyed the course. Loved the activities.
6) What did you enjoy most about the qualification?
The online activities and the CPD days where I got to meet other students.
7) Is there anything that you would like to see more or less of in the qualification?
I personally think the assessor plays a key role in the course so having the right assessors working for ISL is key to success. Every student has a different learning style.
8) How has completing this qualification impacted on your life?
It will open more doors for my future.
9) What advice would you give to anyone thinking of taking on this qualification?
Make sure you dedicate enough time for the course.
10) What is next for you?
This certificate will help me a lot to succeed further into the interpreting career, so who knows, I just want to keep climbing stairs of success.