Pathways to Community Interpreting Level 2

24 November 2020

This programme, which will be delivered online, consists of three separate awards. Together they provide a package of support for learners who wish to work as an interpreter in the community.

You will need to be able to speak, read and write English at Level 1 (B2) standard to be able to complete the programme.

Level 2 Award Preparation to Work in Community Interpreting

Suitable for students who wish to gain knowledge and skills of community interpreting, including the role of codes of practice and learn about the settings where interpreters may be required to work.

Level 1 Mental Health Awareness

Level 1 Stress Awareness

These units support learners to gain a wider knowledge of the mental health issues that can impact on people’s lives and explore the common misconceptions of mental health difficulties and how stress affects our lives.

Courses are FREE if you are in receipt of certain benefits.

Initial Assessment: online and by phone, to be arranged

Course Dates:

Daytime: Mondays and Wednesdays at 9.30am, starting 11th January 2021

Evening: Tuesdays and Thursdays at 7pm, starting 12th January 2021

Location: Online. If you do not have the facilities for online learning at home, please contact St John’s Centre about using our facilities.

To reserve a place you can enrol onto the initial assessment session by phoning 0300 303 3464, or visiting www.wea.org.uk, and quoting Course Reference C3845333 (evening) or C3845335 (daytime).