31st January 2012, London
Providing interpretation is a critical function of most advice services, this course offers an in-depth study of this area
and will provide delegates with theoretical and practical information on how to develop and implement good practice when working with interpreters, as well as providing an overview of the legal framework.
It will also raise awareness of the roles of interpreters and service providers, as well as providing practical advice on how to facilitate effective communication through interpreters. By completing this one-day course participants will gain a practical understanding of:
- The legal framework relevant to the provision of interpreting services
- The needs of asylum seekers and refugees in relation to interpreting services
- Good practice working with interpreters at different stages of contact with refugees and asylum seekers
- Roles and responsibilities of interpreters and service providers
- Useful advice on cross cultural communication
- How to access trained interpreters
- Current interpreting qualifications
The duties and responsibilities placed on service providers in relation to interpreting services
All our courses are delivered by experienced practitioners, ensuring they are relevant, up-to-date and practical.
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All courses cost £109 for registered charities and £175 for all other attendees, or 10% less for early birds!
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possible implications of future legislative changes. More…
An Introduction to asylum support - 22nd September, London – this course covers routes of access to basic entitlements, the UK Border Agency Asylum Support system,the role of UK Border Agency Asylum Teams, possible restrictions in the support process (Section 55 and Section 57), the different asylum support options, the dispersal process, support under current legislation, possible implications of future changes in policy and procedure. More…
End of Process: Support for asylum seekers who have been refused asylum – 28th September, London – course content includes: clarifies some misconceptions and misunderstandings regarding ‘categories’ of refugee and asylum seekers, identify the routes to obtaining legal advice and the processes of making a fresh asylum claim, define the eligibility criteria and entitlements under Section 4 support, recognise who is eligible for community care support,discern when different client groups are entitled to healthcare, education and employment. More…
Delegates will receive a certificate of attendance. All our courses are delivered by experienced practitioners, ensuring they are relevant, up-to-date and practical. All courses count towards OISC CPD. All courses are also available for in-house delivery and can be tailored to suit your requirements.
Looking to train five delegates or more? Our in-house courses may be more prove more cost-effective, up to 20 delegates can be trained at once, in a venue of your choice. Enquire about inhouse courses.
To book email firstname.lastname@example.org All courses cost £109 for registered charities and £175