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In June, a 4-day Interpreter Training Course was conducted in Da Nang. This course, was funded by Trinh Foundation Australia (TFA) and scholarships were provided for some of the participants to attend. TFA and the Rehabilitation Department at Da Nang University of Medical Technology and Pharmacy supported Australian Volunteer, Leah Paice, and TFA Interpreting Coordinator, Ms Quyen Pham, to present this workshop.
The course provided training in the areas of Speech and Language Therapy (SALT) and interpreting skills. Thirteen participants attended the training course and will provide valuable interpreting and translating skills in the future, which will support the implementation of the Bachelor of Rehabilitation (SALT), commencing in August 2019.
Participants shared some really positive feedback about their experience attending the course:
“The course has been really helpful for us to gain knowledge as well as have access to further learning about the topic. It also equipped the participants with essential skills for working as an interpreter in Speech Therapy”
“This short course provides a platform to share practical experience and expand the expertise knowledge in speech therapy and interpreting skills.”
TFA looks forward to working with this group of enthusiastic interpreters in the future.
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