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Community engagement runs through everything we do and nowhere is that more evident than in our schools and family, and community interpreting courses. In both areas we offer a progression route into courses which are Level 3 accredited, and we also run courses to develop your volunteering skills, alongside community based courses to promote citizenship and democracy. Whether you are interested in developing qualifications relevant to work, wish to support your children as they grow up, or find some new ways to get involved in your community our community and family courses are a great way to start.

Level 2 Award in Preparation for Work in Community Interpreting View details

This is an accredited course. You will need to talk to a member of staff and do a short activity to make sure the course is right for you. For more information and to book an appointment please call 0300 303 3464 This course is for students who are interested in community interpreting work in a voluntary or paid capacity. You will gain knowledge and skills of community interpreting; learning about the role of codes of practice and the settings where interpreters may be required to work (including housing, education, social care, welfare benefits, immigration and health.)

Level 2 Award in Preparation for Work in Community Interpreting View details

This is an accredited course. You will need to talk to a member of staff and do a short activity to make sure the course is right for you. For more information and to book an appointment please call 0300 303 3464 This course is for students who are interested in community interpreting work in a voluntary or paid capacity. You will gain knowledge and skills of community interpreting; learning about the role of codes of practice and the settings where interpreters may be required to work (including housing, education, social care, welfare benefits, immigration and health.)

Skills for Living and Working in the Community (Slough) View details

This course is intended to support residents in Slough with the skills, language and confidence to navigate the local community and get the most out of Slough. Students will have changing sessions during which students complete tasks on their own or have group discussion and activities. Students will have the opportunity to meet other learners, discuss the session topic and express their opinions.

Introduction to SEND View details

Neurological disorders prevent the development of areas of the brain which controls movement as well as sensory perceptions leading to recognised learning disabilities such as autistic spectrum disorder, dyslexia and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Psychological disorders vary from disorders like attachment disorder, emotional behavioural disorder, depression, and eating disorder. These disorders can lead to a great deal of distress, either directly onto ones’ self or that effecting others, psychological disorders effects thoughts, behaviours and emotions. This course will increase learners knowledge of the differences between the disorders, with aims of identifying the impact of these disorders, complications with introduction into the importance of diagnosis.

SWAP Introduction to helping in a school - Pathways View details

A short course to find out how to support children’s learning.

SWAP Introduction to helping in a school - Pathways View details

A short course to find out how to support children’s learning.

Level 2 Award in Preparation for Work in Community Interpreting View details

This is an accredited course. You will need to talk to a member of staff and do a short activity to make sure the course is right for you. For more information and to book an appointment please call 0300 303 3464 This course is for students who are interested in community interpreting work in a voluntary or paid capacity. You will gain knowledge and skills of community interpreting; learning about the role of codes of practice and the settings where interpreters may be required to work (including housing, education, social care, welfare benefits, immigration and health.)

Community Interpreting Initial Assessment View details

During the session we will discuss your skills and experience with you, talk to you about the courses available and ask you to complete a task to see which course is right for you. We will talk to you about our courses and provide you with information about the work you will need to complete during your studies.

Level 2 Award in Preparation for Work in Community Interpreting View details

This is an accredited course. You will need to talk to a member of staff and do a short activity to make sure the course is right for you. For more information and to book an appointment please call 0300 303 3464 This course is for students who are interested in community interpreting work in a voluntary or paid capacity. You will gain knowledge and skills of community interpreting; learning about the role of codes of practice and the settings where interpreters may be required to work (including housing, education, social care, welfare benefits, immigration and health.)

Understanding the Role of a Community Interpreter View details

On this course you will learn more about the work of the community interpreter. You will develop your knowledge of public service provision in your local area and the terminology used in different settings. After successfully completing this course, you could progress to an accredited level 2 course.