Preparing for the Community Interpreting Role Certificate Level 2 at South & City College Birmingham
The community interpreter is becoming increasingly more important particularly in communities which are linguistically diverse. The community interpreter acts as a bridge between these communities and public services enabling people to access services and situations which might otherwise be out of reach.This qualification enables learners who are speakers of other languages to develop the underpinning skills and language to go on to train as community interpreters at Level 3 and 4. As with the Level 1 Award, this qualification is not a training course to become an intepreter and those undertaking paid assignments in the future will be expected to hold a minimum of a Level 3 or 4 qualification in interpreting.This qualification is suitable for those who have completed the Level 1 Award in Community Interpreting or who have some experience in interpreting in the voluntary sector or who wish to gain further qualifications to enable them to work towards becoming a community interpreter.
You will need to be aged 19+. You will need to be working towards or have achieved a minimum of Level 1 in English language. You need to speak another language other than English.
STANDARD_FEES: £ 362.00
24+ LOAN FEES: £ TBA
INTERNATIONAL_FEES: £ TBA
. Our course fees vary depending on your circumstances.For full fee information do not hesitateto call us on 0800 111 6311
On completion of this qualification learners may wish to progress onto the Level 3 Certificate in Community Intepreting.
Please contact our admissions team on 0800 111 6311 or email email@example.com. You can also visit our website www.sccb.ac.uk and apply online.
How to apply
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