Community interpreting

The role of the community interpreter is becoming increasingly important, acting as a bridge between communities and enabling people to access services and situations which would otherwise not be possible.

These qualifications are designed for speakers of other languages. Learners can use the qualification as a stepping stone to becoming a community interpreter and working in a voluntary or paid capacity within a range of settings, including housing, education, social care, welfare benefits, immigration and health.

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