Course Description

How do you feel after a co-worked session? That you’ve been both supportive and supported to give your professional best to your clients?

Jill says: “I have met many people who are afraid of co-working – probably because of the horror stories we so often hear.  My experiences have been mostly positive and I would like to share what I think are the most effective strategies for co-working, and how we can ensure we are supporting our colleagues in the best way possible, as well as receiving the support we need, to make interpretations go smoothly.”

Learning Outcomes:

  • An understanding of the importance of identifying our own needs when co-working
  • An enhanced awareness of our co-worker’s/co-workers’ potential needs
  • An insight into the range of co-working strategies available to us
  • Identify ways to exchange feedback with co-workers

This course is available for 90 days from the date you purchased it.

Jill Henshaw

Jill Henshaw (nee Newlands) is an interpreter from Derby who qualified in 2009 after completing a PGDip with SLI.  She has worked in a range of domains, as a freelance interpreter, including: Higher Education, Further Education, Medical, Mental Health and Employment.  Recently Jill started working full-time for Nottinghamshire Deaf Society, as an interpreter, in a well-established team of community interpreters.In addition to working as an interpreter, Jill has worked as a CSW, a trainer of Communication Support Workers, and taught a variety of CPD workshops for CSWs and Trainee Interpreters. Jill also works as a language support tutor for deaf learners, and as a consultant to examination bodies.

Course curriculum

  • £25.00

    £25.00Effective Interpretations Through Supportive Co-working

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  • £25.00

    £25.00Effective Interpretations Through Supportive Co-working

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