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Public Service Interpreting

First Steps to Public Service Interpreting

Would you like to utilise your skills and become an interpreter? If so this FREE course may be just what you are looking for!

Course Description                  public service interpreting

This course will give students an overview of the knowledge, skills and understanding required of a public service interpreter and of practical issues associated with working as a public service interpreter in the UK. It will include basic interpreting skills and terminology, professional conduct, continuing professional development and working on a freelance basis. (more…)

Employment Opportunities

Butetown Riverside Grangetown (BRG) Communities First

CARE WORK 5 DAY TRAINING

JUNE 2013

 Care Work

Preparing to become a Personal Assistant in the Care Sector.

The BRG Prosperous Communities programme is working in partnership with the Oxfam Sustainable Livelihoods programme and Diverse Cymru to promote employment opportunities in the social care sector. Successful applicants will be required to work within local communities (including Butetown, Riverside & Grangetown) assisting vulnerable and elderly individuals with daily tasks to enable them to maintain their independence at home.

We are seeking suitable applicants who are interested in helping others maintain their dignity and quality of life. Care work can be a challenging but a fulfilling vocation and offers many rewards, from the positive contribution made to other people’s lives, to training and personal development opportunities. Cardiff is a culturally diverse city so additional language skills (while not a necessity) can be beneficial.

This is an Agored (Level 1) accredited course

Participants will need to complete all 5 sessions to obtain the qualification

Disability Equality 3rd June

10.00 – 12.30

Protection of Vulnerable Adults (POVA) 4th June

10.00 – 12.30

Role and Responsibilities 10th June

10.00 – 12.30

Personal Assistance 13th June

10.00 – 12.30

Health and Safety 18th June

10.00 – 12.30

 

For more information and/or to register please contact:

Hamid Hicham Tel: 029 20250549 / 07969 066316 email: hamidhicham@srcdc.org.uk

Anna McVicker Tel: 029 20220309 email: annamcvicker@srcdc.org.uk

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