Nova Scotia Interpreting Services requires that all interpreters complete their 30 hours of interpreter training course before becoming a member of their society. As well, interpreters are now required to write the ILSAT – a language skills assessment tool offered in 63 languages. We are currently the only interpreting service in Nova Scotia to test our interpreters with what has become the standard towards certification in many provinces in Central and Western Canada.
Perhaps you’re not interested in being an interpreter and just want to know how your language skills fare. We can do that too!
Please contact our office for more information on upcoming training sessions or scheduling a time to take your ILSAT.
Training Dates: There are currently no training sessions being planned for 2013