Catalyst would like to build a pool of trained volunteer Community Interpreters who will support meetings and sessions with people for whom English is a barrier to communication. They may assist both individuals and community organisations/charities that need an interpreter for a meeting.
Being a volunteer Community Interpreter is not a regular commitment, but means being available for times when an interpreter in your language is needed. It is understood that volunteers will not be always available, which is why we are looking to recruit and train several volunteers in a range of languages, to help provide as much support as possible.
Volunteers are required to complete the Stockton on Tees Borough Council, Learning and Skills, Community Interpreters training course before they start supporting individuals.
To apply for this role, please complete the application form here: