Experienced practitioners and allied professionals from a multitude of fields come together to provide situated learning in different domains of work, exploring the employment avenues available to you as an interpreter. There is a wide appeal amongst employers for the knowledge, skills and performance developed across this course, as well as the research skills to develop sector knowledge and expertise offered through collaboration. This sharing of expertise allows for students to develop their professional skills, alongside knowledge and interaction with the professionals they will be working alongside as qualified interpreters and translators. In addition, the teaching team at the University of Wolverhampton are recognised as leaders in training by the European Forum of Sign Language Interpreters, demonstrating the credibility of your qualification. What's unique about this course?
- The teaching on the course is undertaken by experienced practitioners (interpreters and translators).
- This course is unique in bringing together situated learning alongside allied professionals, and teaching on the course is undertaken by experienced practitioners (interpreters, translators, nurses, solicitors, etc.).
- The teaching team have published situated learning and is recognised as a European level for the European forum of sign language interpreters as a leader in training.
A (Hons) Degree in relevant discipline 2:1, or equivalent professional experience working in a Deaf or Deaf related sector. British Sign Language level 6 (or equivalent). Non-native speakers should hold IELTS with an overall band score of 6.5 with a minimum of 6.0 in each element.
Fees and funding
No fee information has been provided for this course