LanguageLine can help build interpreting skills to provide quality services
Many organizations use a variety of in-house staff, community interpreters, or contracted agency interpreters to perform language interpreting tasks in professional settings. With the increased demand for equal access to services, there is a need to further develop interpreting skills and industry terminology knowledge. Through a specially designed LanguageLine"s Interpreter Training program, organizations can further the skills of bilingual staff and ensure the quality of services delivered to multilingual markets.
Course content and structure has been developed under the strictest methods, incorporating the highest quality protocols to ensure the most effective professional development training for today’s bilingual staff. Instruction is conveniently conducted over-the-phone or as a web-based training program, and is comprised of six hours of content, including three hours of live, instructor-led sessions over-the-phone or in the web format. The convenience of the self-paced training modality eliminates the constraints of time and place to enable participants to access the training from any location, at any time.
Fundamentals of Interpreting: An Introduction to Consecutive Interpreting
This six-hour course is designed to introduce bilingual individuals to the challenging field of interpreting. Participants will examine numerous interpreting settings, protocols, and techniques. Rate of speech, pronunciation, and professional demeanor will also be discussed according to the following course outline:
- Interpreter Protocols
- Attentive Listening
- Dual Tasking
- Memory Development Exercises
- Presentation and Delivery
Upon Completion of the Course:
At the conclusion of any of the above courses the participant will receive a “Certificate of Completion”