Interpreter Training

By: Global Languages  05/12/2011
Keywords: interpreters

Court Interpreters:

Global Languages offers orientation for interpreters, which cover the needs and expectations of the courts, with emphasis on ethical conduct, legal terminology, court procedure, and basic legal interpreting skills.

Medical Interpreters:

Due to the delicate nature of Medical Interpreters it is very important that Interpreters are trained in the following key areas: Medical terminology, Accuracy, Confidentiality, Impartiality, Cultural Awareness, Professionalism and Respect for work in the HSE and other health-related agencies.

Community Interpreters:

  • Global Languages provide the opportunity for interpreters to begin to deepen linguistic awareness and understanding of the nature of language in general interpreting.
  • Equip Interpreters with the necessary skills to progress to a higher level of interpreting for professional employment in the field.
  • Increase awareness and understanding of public services in Ireland.

Keywords: interpreters

Other products and services from Global Languages

05/12/2011

Interpreting

The profession requires experience, a thorough knowledge of terminology of the source and target language, an ability to make instantaneous decisions and a high level of concentration. Consecutive Interpretation Consecutive interpreters relay their interpretations when a speaker pauses, often switching back and forth between the parties who are communicating.


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Translation

We translate many types of documents; Local authorities are increasingly needing translation and language skills which enable them to communicate with ever diverse communities. We can translate any type of document, whether it is a birth certificate, a simple one page letter or a multi page manual. We also translate specialist documents such as technical, financial, medical and legal documents.


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Staff Training

Support Your Diversity Initiatives: Global Languages training helps you raise awareness and foster discussion of diversity issues, and enhances your organization's community image. First-hand Experience: professional Interpreters, who work with organizations like yours every day, train your personnel to access and work with interpreters.