If your name’s not down you’re not coming in!
An Awareness of Working in Mental Health
Once again we are experiencing a demand for this highly successful training. Presented by a qualified sign language interpreter (RSLI) and a Registered Mental Health Nurse (RMHN) it is an introduction into working in mental health settings.
Covering topics such as medication, terminology, safety, different levels of psychiatric settings and what to expect when working on a ward. This one day training is perfect for trainee and qualified interpreters who would like to dip their toe into this domain.
CPD points are awarded on attendance.
Cover Me, I’m Going In …
Lone Working training is coming to Manchester, in collaboration with Sarah Jane Banks.
The right to keep yourself safe is an area many professionals never think of in their day to day working lives. This training is open to all language professionals; spoken language interpreters, sign language interpreters, lipspeakers, notetakers, palantypists.
A lone worker is someone who performs an activity that is carried out in isolation from other workers without close or direct supervision. Such people may be exposed to risk because often there is no-one monitoring their whereabouts.
Interpreters and other professionals are regularly in this situation
without any support strategies in place and just go from one assignment to
another without any prior thought as to their safety.
The above training will look at:
• What is a risky assignment?
• How to spot risks and hazards
• Ways to keep safe
• A buddy system
• What to do in the event of an incident or the threat of an incident
• Case studies and real experiences
Delivered by experienced practitioners in a safe environment this training is one of a kind. CPD points will be awarded on attendance.
Coming soon to SG Interpreting
What the ….?
A follow up to the highly successful ‘If your name’s not down you’re not coming in!’ This one day course will look at the language used when interpreting in Mental Health settings, the dilemmas faced when offensive language is used and when to go from first to third person.
Presented by Sarah Glendenning an experienced practitioner this course is suitable for interpreters of all levels.
Down the Rabbit Hole
Training specifically aimed a trainee interpreters who are looking to discuss dilemmas and learn what the real world of interpreting actually is. Presented by Sarah Glendenning and Craig Brown, this training will be informal and actively encourages group discussions in a supportive environment.
Please contact SG Interpreting Ltd for more information or to book on any of the courses
NB: All training can be tailored to match groups needs and SG Interpreting are happy to travel.