Level 4 Interpreting for Victims of Crime

This online course is taught in English and suitable for all languages.

Is this course accredited? The Level 4 Interpreting for Victims of Crime qualification is nationally recognised and accredited by One Awards. The Certificate is awarded upon successfully complying with all requirements and portfolio criteria set by the Awarding Body.

Note: Must hold at least a Level 3 Interpreting qualification to request this Level 4 qualification.

Course start date March 2022 (enrolment deadline: 11th March 2022)
About this course An 8-week self-study course for anyone working on emotionally-charged cases.

As a result, you will acquire the necessary skills and knowledge to become a trauma-informed interpreter, to understand bias and manage effective cultural interventions.

This course does not include any tutor support.

Coursework and assessments will be required of those who wish to claim their level 4 certificate.

Course content Topics covered:

  • The history of Victim Services in the UK
  • Protocols for working within these settings
  • Intricacies of interpreting for victims and survivors of violent crime, domestic abuse, child abuse, victims of torture, human trafficking and modern slavery
  • Vicarious trauma and how you can develop a self-care plan
  • Cultural interventions to promote survivor autonomy
Course requirements All practicing interpreters can do this course. Requirements:

  • Ability to conduct self-study
  • Fast internet access
  • Headphones and microphone (we suggest the Sennheiser PC8 USB)
  • Completion of coursework and assessments (for those who wish to claim their level 4 certificate).

NB: this course is NOT suited for beginners. Please see Level 3 Community Interpreting instead.

Course price £50 enrolment fee

£240 (assessment /registration /certification fee)

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