Webinars

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Webinars On Demand

 

Police Interviews and Statement Taking – Webinar

This webinar is for interpreters who are interested in learning more about Police Powers and Procedures, how police officers conduct interviews and how they take witness and victim statements.

Content covered and learning outcomes:

  • Police powers and procedures;
  • Interviews and witness statement taking;
  • The role of the interpreter in this scenario and any relevant terminology.
  • You will familiarise yourself with police powers and procedures, relevant specialised terminology, and acquire valuable information which will help you to interpret professionally during police interviews and witness statement taking.

 £35

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How to Set Up as a Freelance Interpreter in the UK – Webinar

This webinar is for all interpreters who would like to set up as self-employed professionals in the UK, who have just started but may still have doubts about what to do regarding registering as a sole trader and how to keep tax accounts.

Content covered and learning outcomes:

  • The business of interpreting – invoices, claim forms, keeping accounts, invoicing clients, paying your taxes;
  • CRBs, becoming a member of an organisation, being your own boss!;
  • This webinar will benefit any interpreter who has just started working as a freelancer and who would like to know more about doing their own accounts.

£35

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Ethics & Ethical Dilemmas – Webinar

This webinar is for all interpreters – from volunteer, inexperienced to experienced professionals – interested in learning about interpreter ethics and the ethical dilemmas that arise during assignments.

Content covered and learning outcomes:

  • What are ethics?
  • Ethical dilemmas and ways to avoid stepping outside our role;
  • Codes of Conduct, Code of Good Practice and what it all means;
  • You will learn or revisit why ethics are important both on the job as well as between colleagues.

£35

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 DPSI Law Webinar Series  – 7 Webinar Bundle

This bundle is intended as an intensive revision option for candidates wishing to sit the DPSI exam with the CIoL, or for any practising interpreters who want to refresh their English law terminology. This is also useful for external exam candidates who did not follow a preparation course or for those who followed a course but want to refresh their knowledge and clarify doubts.

Content covered and learning outcomes:

  • All modules of the DPSI Law course in summary format: Types of Crimes, Police Powers and Procedures, Civil and Criminal Courts, Probation, Immigration, Civil Law, Local Government;
  • Ethics and ethical dilemmas;
  • Continuous professional development (CPD);
  • The format of the CIoL DPSI exam.
  • You will learn more about the British Legal system, learn specialised terminology, and acquire valuable information which will help you interpreting in court, police stations, immigration departments, etc.
£245

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*Please note that these webinars are intended as an intensive resource or revision tool, and will not replace in any way a preparatory course. 

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