New NVQ Diploma interpreting part 1
PART 1 – Interpreting Theory Programme
Lead Tutor: Byron Campbell
Course Fees £1,320
This new course is designed to teach you the practical, ethical, theoretical and analytical skills required to become a competent professional interpreter.
The training programme consists of a mixture of taught sessions, group discussions, practical work and home study assignments/exercises.
The Interpreter Training Programme covers the following topics;
• What is Interpreting?
• Types of Interpreting
• Skills and Knowledge Required as an Interpreter
• Interpreting Dynamics
• Client Expectations of Interpreters
• Models of Interpreting
• Language Processing
• Interpreting Task Analysis
• Demand-Control Theory
• Registers of Language
• Preparing for Assignments
• Discourse Analysis
• Miscue Analysis
• Giving & Receiving Feedback
• Reflective Journals/Logs
• Peer Support/Mentoring/Supervision/Other Support
• Dilemmas and Coping Strategies
• Memory Skills
• Sight Translations
• Telephone Interpreting
• Consecutive Interpreting
Halifax: 2019/2020 – 14th September, 12th October, 17th November, 7th December, 18th January, 15th February, 14th March, 4th April. Final sessions weekend – 16th & 17th May
Entry level for this course is Level 6 BSL or equivalent and above.
For entry requirements, further information or an application form please contact Janice Crossland-Jones by SMS on 07816363174 or email firstname.lastname@example.org