A course to enable community linguists to train to work as bilingual advocates in health and social care. Successful applicants will normally have achieved level 3 in all units in the Community Interpreting course or similar and have experience of working as an interpreter in the public sector in the UK. There will be an opportunity to develop the techniques needed to advocate effectively on behalf of clients as wellas the chance to compare public services in the UK with thosae in other countries.
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Entry by written application and interview. Application forms are available on the centre website.
Other regulated/accredited qualification (Nationally recognised qualification)
National Open College Network
Legal Advice Work, Modern Languages, Advocacy
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WhatAdvanced Creative Practice in Art and Designby higher expectations - 12-SEP-13
This course says it's the equivalent of the first year of an art degree. This puts art degrees in a poor light. It is unprofessionally managed and taught and at the end of it most people can't say they've achieved the learning outcomes beca...more5 Hotcourses user(s) found the following review helpful.
WhatESOL - Pronunciation L2by Martina - 07-DEC-12
Having finished all three stages of Pronunciation classes in Mary Ward centre, I must say, it shed light on many issues I had with English language. When you go for this course, you will find out not only how to produce individual sounds pr...more7 Hotcourses user(s) found the following review helpful.
WhatESOL - Pronunciation L2by KH - 04-DEC-12
I just finished the pronunciation class stage 3 after having attended the stage 1 and 2 and I can highly recommend all of them. They are excellent and the teachers are very professional. Even if you think that your pronunciation is good, th...more9 Hotcourses user(s) found the following review helpful.
WhatESOL - Intensive Pronunciationby CARMELO - 18-JUL-12
In my opinion, this course is what foreign students need to understand the complexities of the English sounds. It?s a big step forward. Don?t miss it....more11 Hotcourses user(s) found the following review helpful.
WhatESOL - Pronunciation L2by ivone - 02-SEP-11
It was very demanding course, an essential course if you would like to improve to speak a proper English. It does loads difference after course, I have another level to go so hopefully I will improve my English....more9 Hotcourses user(s) found the following review helpful.
UPDATED on 17 Jun 2013: "The Bilingual Advocacy Course (NOCN) Level 3" offered in London by Mary Ward Centre.
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