Level 6 DPSI-Law – Online Exam Preparation Course, Parts 1-5 (bundle)

£95.00 incl. VAT

This discounted bundle contains all five webinars in our Level 6 Diploma in Public Service Interpreting (DPSI-Law) online preparation course and is highly recommended to anyone thinking about doing or preparing to sit the DPSI-Law exam.

The webinars are hosted by Chartered Institute of Linguists (CIOL) interpreter and legal expert, Sue Leschen, and are designed to help you thoroughly understand the contents of the CIOL DPSI-Law exam. They also cover specific preparation and research for the exam to maximise the chance of passing.

Booking all five webinars as a bundle comes with a 20% discount compared to buying them individually.

The webinar contents are detailed below.

 

Description

Webinar contents

Part 1: DPSI Law Contents

  • About the Presenter (Sue Leschen)
  • DPSI Pathways
  • Introduction to DPSI Law – Useful phrases
  • Why take DPSI Law option?
  • Introduction to the DPI
  • Legal systems in the UK
  • DPSI Law – Standard of Examination
  • DPSI Law Units
  • Registration dates
  • How to register for the DPSI exam
  • Registration fees
  • Examination centres and considerations
  • DPSI languages
  • Unit 1 (Role Play) – what is in the examination room?
  • Unit 1 (Role Play) – Interpreting modes
  • Unit 1 (Role Play) – Interpreting – consecutive mode
  • Unit 1 (Role Play) – Interpreting – simultaneous (whispered) mode
  • Unit 1 – explanation of role play 1
  • Unit 1 – Role play – how it works
  • Unit 1 – Role play  – parts of the exam
  • Unit 1 – Role play – topics
  • Units 2 and 3 – On sight translation
  • Units 4 & 5 – written translations
  • A word about glossaries
  • Why bother doing the DPSI Law?
  • Resources
  • Reading
  • Vocabulary
  • Reading – example topics
  • Reading – Past papers
  • Reading – books

Part 2: DPSI Law Unit 1 Walkthrough Contents

  • About the Presenter (Sue Leschen)
  • Introduction to DPSI Law – Useful phrases
  • Why take DPSI Law?
  • Legal systems in the UK
  • DPSI Law – Standard of Examination
  • DPSI Law Units
  • Unit 1 (Role Play) – Interpreting – consecutive mode
  • Unit 1 (Role Play) – Interpreting – simultaneous (whispered) mode
  • Unit 1 – Explanation of role play – the interlocutors
  • Unit 1 (Role Play) – Interpreting
  • Unit 1 (Role play) Interpreting Timings – part A and B
  • Arabic EN Law June 2015 paper details (example content walk through and challenges)
  • Arabic EN Law June 2015 paper details context for part A
  • Arabic EN Law June 2015 paper details terminology notes
  • Arabic EN Law June 2015 paper details supplementary terminology
  • Arabic EN Law June 2015 paper part A consecutive description
  • Arabic EN Law June 2015 paper part A simultaneous description
  • Resources
  • Reading
  • Vocabulary
  • Reading – example topics
  • Reading – Past papers
  • Reading – books

Part 3: DPSI Law Unit 2 and 3 Walkthrough Contents

  • About the Presenter (Sue Leschen)
  • Introduction to DPSI Law – Useful phrases
  • Why take DPSI Law?
  • Legal systems in the UK
  • DPSI Law – Standard of Examination
  • DPSI Law Units
  • Sight translation papers – Units 2 and 3 time allowances
  • Sight translation papers – Units 2 and 3 candidate expectations
  • Sight translation paper June 2013 (Polish) example
  • Sight translation paper June 2013 – Definitions
  • Sight translation paper June 2013 – examples of Public Order Offences
  • Sight translation paper June 2013 – Definitions
  • Penalties for rioting
  • Brainstorm ‘rioting’ general
  • Registers in Sight translation
  • Resources
  • Reading
  • Vocabulary
  • Reading – example topics
  • Reading – Past papers
  • Reading – books

Part 4: DPSI Law Unit 4 and 5 Walkthrough Contents

  • About the Presenter (Sue Leschen)
  • Introduction to DPSI Law – Useful phrases
  • Why take DPSI Law?
  • Legal systems in the UK
  • DPSI Law – Standard of Examination
  • DPSI Law Units
  • Written translation papers – units 4 and 5 details
  • Written translation papers – Units 4 and 5 candidate expectations
  • Written translation papers – Units 4 and 5 criteria
  • Written translation papers – Units 4 and 5 reference materials allowed
  • Written translation paper November 2015 (French) example
  • Written translation paper November 2015 – definitions
  • Written translation paper November 2015 – examples of correspondence
  • Written translation paper November 2015 – terminology
  • Written translation paper November 2015 – details
  • Brainstorm ‘human rights’
  • Resources
  • Reading
  • Vocabulary
  • Reading – example topics
  • Reading – Past papers
  • Reading – books

Part 5: DPSI Law Researching Topics Contents

  • About the Presenter (Sue Leschen)
  • Introduction to DPSI Law – Useful phrases
  • Why take DPSI Law?
  • Legal systems in the UK
  • DPSI Law – Standard of Examination
  • DPSI Law Units
  • Arabic EN Law June 2015 role play walkthrough
  • Arabic EN Law June 2015 role play relevant Acts descriptions
  • Arabic EN Law June 2015 role play penalties
  • Arabic EN Law June 2015 role play proactive policing
  • Arabic EN Law June 2015 role play relevant Acts description
  • Arabic EN Law June 2015 role play penalties
  • Arabic EN Law June 2015 role play begging and associated problems
  • Brainstorm ‘begging’
  • Arabic EN Law June 2015 role play related subjects
  • Resources
  • Reading
  • Vocabulary
  • Reading – example topics
  • Reading – Past papers
  • Reading – books