Developing a Training Program for Staff Interpreters

Abstract

Interpreters are in high demand and short supply.  One downfall of working for an agency as an interpreter can be the lack of effective on-the-job training, as well as effective peer counseling and mentoring.  This paper examines some of the needs of interpreters in the job setting, as well as preliminary guidelines for establishing an effective training/mentoring program.

 Swartz, D.B. (1998). Developing a training program for staff interpreters.  (79 pages)

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