Diploma of Interpreting (LOTE-English)

National ID: PSP50916
State ID: AZY7
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Course is available at the following locations

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North Metropolitan TAFE

Do you want to put your bilingual skills to good use?

This Diploma of Interpreting has a focus on speaking and listening skills and includes vocabulary and expressions for a wide range of sectors and contexts.
It is best suited topeople whohave some experience in interpreting and have completed a Certificate IV in Spoken and Written English
With this qualification and some experience behind you, youcould find yourself working in communityorganisations and/or theprivate sector.

The need for interpreters to help prevent misunderstandings and errors exists in sectors such as:

  • health environments - assisting people with hospital appointments, clinics, specialist appointments, hospice care
  • social welfare - helping people access services at organisations relating to the Department of Human Services (eg Centrelink, Medicare, Immigration etc)
  • legal - providing help with court appearances and documents, police interviews and prisons.

North Metropolitan TAFE is delivering this diploma course part-time, in groups or clustersof units. The first cluster of units has a strong focus on the ethics of interpreting and is a perquisite for the second cluster of units.

We will be offering the first 3 introductory units on Tuesdays from 9am - 12, from 1pm - 4pm or from 5:30pm - 8:30pm, depending on numbers.

The application processtostart studyinginsemester 2 will involve an interview and you will need to register your interest by 1 May 2018 to be assessed.
For more information about thecourse outcomes and requirements and to register your interest please view our flyer.

Course description

Do you want to put your bilingual skills to good use?

This Diploma of Interpreting has a focus on speaking and listening skills and includes vocabulary and expressions for a wide range of sectors and contexts.
It is best suited topeople whohave some experience in interpreting and have completed a Certificate IV in Spoken and Written English
With this qualification and some experience behind you, youcould find yourself working in communityorganisations and/or theprivate sector.

The need for interpreters to help prevent misunderstandings and errors exists in sectors such as:

  • health environments - assisting people with hospital appointments, clinics, specialist appointments, hospice care
  • social welfare - helping people access services at organisations relating to the Department of Human Services (eg Centrelink, Medicare, Immigration etc)
  • legal - providing help with court appearances and documents, police interviews and prisons.

North Metropolitan TAFE is delivering this diploma course part-time, in groups or clustersof units. The first cluster of units has a strong focus on the ethics of interpreting and is a perquisite for the second cluster of units.

We will be offering the first 3 introductory units on Tuesdays from 9am - 12, from 1pm - 4pm or from 5:30pm - 8:30pm, depending on numbers.

The application processtostart studyinginsemester 2 will involve an interview and you will need to register your interest by 1 May 2018 to be assessed.
For more information about thecourse outcomes and requirements and to register your interest please view our flyer.

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AUSTRALIA-INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE OF WORKPLACE TRAINING

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Stanley College

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