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Become a community interpreter in Armley

12 September 2016

Fancy becoming a community interpreter? A course in Armley One Stop Centre may just be up your street.

Run by the Workers Educational Association, the course starts in October for eight weeks and provides a practical introduction to the role and responsibilities of the community interpreter and the contexts in which they work.

Through a range of activities, participants will develop an understanding of some of the main issues faced by interpreters and develop their knowledge of UK public services.

To apply for this course you will need to complete an application form by either contacting Pria ­at pria.bhabra@leeds.gov.uk or phone 07891 272004 or John ­at jbarker@wea.org.uk or 07917 264152.



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