This online course is taught in English, therefore all language combinations are accepted!
At present, this course is only available in the Legal Pathway.
|Is this course accredited?||This course is accredited by TQUK, an Awarding Organisation regulated by Ofqual.|
|Enrolment dates||Enrol at any time! This course has been upgraded and restructured to allow candidates to enrol and start learning throughout the year. Applications are open all year-round.|
|About this course||This course offers a portfolio approach to working towards gaining a level 6 qualification in interpreting as opposed to an exam-based qualification. Learners will have practice sessions combined with language assessments in order to complete all necessary coursework to submit a final portfolio that meets the criteria of the awarding body. Having the Level 6 Diploma in Community Interpreting allows candidates to undertake more advanced assignments for areas of the criminal justice system where the level 3 Certificate does not suffice.
|Learners have 6 core tutorials to practice interpreting skills. Learners will also receive a complimentary Glossary (if available in your language), a copy of The Interpreters’ Manual and a Certificate of Completion (attendance must be above 85%) upon completion of the course.
|Course requirements||All applicants will take part in a pre-course assessment to ensure that they are at the appropriate linguistic level for this course. The minimum levels required are:
|Course price||£1450 (payment in instalments available)
This course fee includes the oral assessments, the course registration fee and the diploma.
|Achieving the diploma||Learners will need to demonstrate extensive knowledge and understanding of the role of the interpreter within the criminal justice system, accuracy in interpreting, good consecutive and simultaneous skills and the ability to sight translate texts, as well as to complete written translations from and into English.
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