Working with Interpreters and Separated Children - Refugee Council

Working with Interpreters and Separated Children

More scheduled dates coming soon.  Contact the Training team to discuss in-house delivery at your organisation.  E:training@refugeecouncil.org.uk  T: 020 7346 1044

Course suitability

Front-line practitioners working with refugees and asylum seekers, particularly separated children

Course Overview

This short course, delivered by a senior adviser from our Children’s Section, covers the core principals of good practice when using interpreters. 

Aims and objectives

By completing this course participants will have a practical understanding of:

  • The role of interpreters
  • Challenges for interpreters
  • Your role when working with an interpreter
  • What does good practice look like? What does bad practice look like?
  • Practical tips for set up and challenging situations