Thinking of becoming a Legal Interpreter?

1. TerminologyImagine yourself in a court room, interpreting between the Judge and the accused, and the Judge says a complex legal term and you have no idea what this means in your native language or what the direct equivalent is. You must prepare yourself for any potential situations involving complex terms. You can do this […]

Level 6 Diploma in Community Interpreting – what options should I pick?

This is one of the most common questions we get asked here at ISL and there is no right or wrong answer. You can pick whatever options you please. However, for those students wanting to undertake the more higher paid, demanding and complex assignments such as the Police and Courts, there are certain options that […]

What Prevents Adults from Learning English?

The older you are, the more tools you can apply to achieve your goals. However, the greatest reason for unwillingness to learn English in adulthood is the next three mis-beliefs discovered by Lucy Adams, one of the British essay writers:#1 Learning in Adulthood is Much More Complicated Children surpass adults only in two aspects:The ability to […]

What Do Students Really Think Of ISL?

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 […]