With September almost upon us we are preparing to welcome the latest students for autumn term. The Bilingual Advocacy Level 3 course has been overwhelmed by applicants and unfortunately is now full. We will be unable to take any further students for this course until 2015 but with its popularity, anyone interested will need to apply as soon as possible to secure a place on the next intake.
Community Interpreting, running at Eastbourne Town Hall, still has a few places left so if you or someone you know would like to apply, we can be contacted via this website or by calling 01273 473986. Community Interpreting Level 3 is the minimum qualification accepted by most agencies and establishes a solid foundation for a career in professional interpreting. Former students have gone on to successful freelance careers, secured posts with public sector and voluntary organisations or expanded their skill set to take on translation and advocacy work.
New accredited courses are in the process of being developed focusing on vocational skills needed to boost career opportunties for BME communities and our team of specialist trainers is expanding to cope with demand. Please see our trainers pages to identify your tutor!