Legal training – Introduction
September 22 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Are you a RSLI or TSLI looking to specialise in Legal Interpreting in the near future?
Would you like a taster of how things work within the Legal domain to enhance your general practice in another setting?
Perhaps you have been nervous of Legal Interpreting? Have you wondered about the etiquette and processes in court?
Topics covered include:
● The Interpreter Oath
● Court settings and the roles of the Sign Language Interpreter/Deaf Relay/Deaf Intermediary
● Assertiveness and control of the courtroom environment
● Interpreting the intent and meaning of cross examination through nuance, and ambiguity
This workshop can be used as a refresher for those experienced within Legal Interpreting and as a stepping stone for others. As well as championing a holistic interactive approach it includes real case studies and dilemmas to encourage active participation and a lively and thought provoking opportunity to reflect and learn. A follow on workshop will be made available in 2019.
❏ Worth 6 CPD Structured Learning points
❏ Certificate on Completion
❏ Course folder and materials
❏ Lunch & refreshments provided
£75 per person
Further information and a booking form available from – email@example.com
Mike Unsworth has 20 years of interpreting within the legal domain. He has worked in all areas of Legal interpreting. Having interpreted the full spectrum of crime cases Mike draws on this wealth of experience in his workshops. He has been Head of Interpreting for a leading national Interpreting agency and has mentored and supervised a large team of interpreters.