Business and Community Interpreter Training On-site
Community interpreting is defined as a profession that facilitates access to community services for linguistically diverse clients who do not speak the language of service.
The Business and Community Interpreter Training is a training program geared for educational, social services, immigration services, business or general community interpreting, as needed.
The Business and Community Interpreter Training Course On-site was developed for interpreters who work in non-profit and for-profit organizations in a variety of different fields: public schools, U.S. federal and state government agencies, municipal agencies, non-governmental organizations, investigation bureaus, businesses etc.
The type of Business and Community Interpreter training program depends upon each particular group of interpreters it is presented to. The training curriculum is customized to meet the group’s specific needs.
Our Business and Community Interpreter Training programs on-site include (but are not limited to):
1) Educational Interpreting
The main responsibility of an educational interpreter is to convert spoken words from one language into another to provide communication services for non-English speaking individuals in a school setting.
In this type of environment, educational interpreters translate lesson plans into another language for foreign students,integrate English language training into regular educational studies, provide clear communication between teachers and parents with limited English proficiency, interpreter at IEP (Individual Education Plan) meetings at public schools.
2) Interpreting for Immigration and Naturalization Services
Immigration and Naturalization Services are very important to a client seeking citizenship or residency. Immigration Interpreters understand that effective and accurate interpretation can make a significant difference in an immigration hearing. Even the slightest miscommunication can send the wrong message to the immigration officer, resulting in the denial of a visa or even deportation. Immigration Interpreters provide reliable and professional immigration-interpretation services to its clients in order to ensure the most accurate communication.
Unlike immigration court, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services do not provide an interpreter for immigration interviews. An applicant must find his or her own interpreter for the interview.
3) Business Interpreting
Business interpreters provide consecutive and simultaneous communication for functions such as multilingual conferences, boardroom meetings, multi-cultural events, trade shows and business negotiations.
Business interpreters must have excellent skills in the given language combination and technical knowledge in the field specified by the client.
Business Interpreting is ideal for situations such as:
- Business Meetings
- Study Visits
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For more information please contact our Training Department:
Phone: (617) 731-3700
2001 Beacon Street, Suite 105
Boston, MA 02135