Qualified(*), accredited(**) and vetted(***) professional interpreter who offers reliability, experience, confidentiality and acts in accordance with professional codes of conduct.
It is a first-degree level qualification (QCF Level 6) in terms of language skills required for those interpreting in the UK in a Public Service context”.
• The MA Conference Interpreting is a professional master course aiming at training conference interpreters. The programme includes lectures, seminars, presentations, practical interpreting and simulated events such as mock conferences.
Every interpreter on our register has met the standards that we set for education, training and practice. The register only lists interpreters who have satisfied our entry criteria in terms of qualifications and experience in public service. All interpreters on our register are subject to a Code of Professional Conduct and we may investigate any alleged breaches of the Code.
A CRB Disclosure is a document containing information held by the police and government departments. It can be used by employers and voluntary organisations to make safer recruitment decisions. Disclosures are provided by the Disclosure and Barring Service(Criminal Records Bureau), an executive agency of the Home Office.
Enhanced CRB Check
Enhanced CRB Checks are for posts involving a far greater degree of contact with children or vulnerable adults or for workers undertaking their services on regulated or controlled activity sites such as Schools or Adult Care Homes.
Enhanced CRB Checks are recommended for positions involving work in a regulated activity site, with possibility for contact with either children or vulnerable adults.