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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 Support Work in Schools and Colleges (Helping in Schools) View details

The course seeks to develop the knowledge and understanding that those working in a school or college setting will need. It covers safeguarding, health/safety, children and young people’s development, equality, professional communication and understanding the school and college context. The course will enable students to develop an understanding of working in a support role in a school and will promote parental engagement with children and young people’s learning. Students will work towards gaining the Level 2 Award in Support Work in Schools and Colleges.

Understanding the Role of a Community Interpreter Certa Level 1 View details

This qualification offers the opportunity for students who are speakers of other languages to learn about the roles and responsibilities of the Community Interpreter, understand the settings of their work and name the differences in public service provision between the UK and another country. The students will also understand the dynamics of communities regarding access to public services, recognise some public service terminology and language difficulties which may arise in community interpreting situations.

Understanding the Role of a Community Interpreter Certa Level 1 View details

This qualification offers the opportunity for students who are speakers of other languages to learn about the roles and responsibilities of the Community Interpreter, understand the settings of their work and name the differences in public service provision between the UK and another country. The students will also understand the dynamics of communities regarding access to public services, recognise some public service terminology and language difficulties which may arise in community interpreting situations.

What is community interpreting? Pathways taster View details

This taster session will help students understand key aspects of the work of a community interpreter and decide if they would like to do an accredited Level 1 Community Interpreting course.