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The Linguist 53,2

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First session: May 2014 See the new DPI page of the CIOL website for full information: or email: Benefits include: • National recognition and accreditation (Ofqual) • Five year limit to complete the qualification • Credits for individual units • Unit exemptions for DPSI (Law) holders • Eligibility for the National Register of Public Service Interpreters (NRPSI) The Metropolitan Police Test is now accredited as: IoLET Level 6 Diploma in Police Interpreting (QCF) IoL EDUCATIONAL TRUST CIOL Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Workshops Have you considered developing your skills as a professional linguist? Perhaps trying your hand at something completely new? CIOL offers a wide range of one-day CPD workshops including: • Working Successfully as a Freelance Translator series • Police, Conference, Court and Public Service Interpreting • Diploma in Police Interpreting and Diploma in Translation exam revision sessions • How to Read a Voice-over, levels 1 & 2 • Note-taking for Public Service Interpreters • Translating Business Film Material, Currency Figures, Culture • Literary Translation series And remember, CIOL members are eligible for an extra 20% discount. Visit the 'CPD Workshops' section of our website to download the full programme and registration form. Contact for further information Discounts on short courses at London Metropolitan University and University College London are available to CIOL members too - contact us for more information.

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