What you'll learn

Pre-COVID 19, workplace interpreting mostly saw interpreters located onsite with the deaf client, based in an office or other employment setting. Since the pandemic, this interpreting domain has changed significantly, with interpreters and deaf people working remotely and utilising a variety of platforms. Whilst there has been a return to the office for some deaf people, many workplaces are now operating a hybrid model, and it is likely that interpreting from home will continue to be the “new normal”. This brings unique challenges to the workplace interpreter in managing workplace interaction, maintaining the client-interpreter relationship and dealing with the complexities of technology. 

Learning Outcomes

In this workshop you will:

  • Understand how to agree and manage client/interpreter expectations
  • Appreciate the challenges of establishing relationships 
  • Explore the differences between onsite and remote telephone interpreting
  • Develop strategies for interpreting meetings via remote platforms
  • Consider practical and technological requirements for the home office. 

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Course duration: 6 hours

Cost £95 per person or £850 per organisation 

Can be delivered face-to face or online


  • This qualifies for 6 structured points
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