The WEA is the UK's largest voluntary sector provider of high quality adult education with classes across the country.
An introduction to community interpreting in the community and public services. The course will prepare members of local linguistic communities for relevant voluntary work. Learners must be fluent in...more
Duration: 11 weeks
Different times are available for this course
Other regulated/accredited qualification
Course Provider Diploma/Certificate/Award
Suggested subject - Novels and Short Stories
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This course will inspire you to consider the building blocks of a graphic novel. With guidance you will create your own short graphic novel in dummy book form. This course is suitable for anyone with...more
Duration: 10 weeks
Part time evening
Certificate of Attendance
Stamina. Lightning-fast reactions. A good memory. Solid public speaking skills. Wide general knowledge. The ability to get on with all kinds of people. These are just some of the talents you’ll need to be an interpreter ! Interpreting ...
It wasn’t until we spoke to some of the experts on this page that we realised how difficult interpreting actually was. Imagine having to repeat word for word what someone is saying as they speak at the speed of normal conversation; now repeat...