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Interpreter Course aims to develop interpreting skills to work in community settings such as health, community work, the courts, tenancy services. etc. Students will learn the skills required for interpreting mostly in a classroom environment where the theoretical skills will be taught and practical application of the skills will be held using role-play situations. All theoretical and practical work will include assessment activities on an ongoing basis throughout the course. The interpreter Course is an approved course by the New Zealand Qualifications Authority. This course is designed for local and international students. On completion of the Interpreter course, Graduate will have: Communication skills needed for interpreting, Interpreting skills; speech, memory, listening; Skills required for preparation for and participation in an interpreting session; Techniques to enhance the interpreting process; cross-cultural communication, signpost words, note-taking and summarising skills; Ability of the role of the liaison interpreter. Entry Requirements: Student must be 18 years old or above and must hold a valid visa with a study permission; Applicants who do not have English as a first language will need to meet one of the English language requirements outlined by NZQA under "English Language entry requirements for international students, Statement of Purpose (Statement of interest in working as an interpreter in community contexts). Start date and fee: Please contact College administration.
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