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Labor Affairs Bureau, Kaohsiung City Government launch Professional Interpreter Training for New Immigrant

Labor Affairs Bureau, Kaohsiung City Government launch Professional Interpreter Training for New Immigrant. Photo provided by Labor Affairs Bureau, Kaohsiung City Government
Labor Affairs Bureau, Kaohsiung City Government launch Professional Interpreter Training for New Immigrant. Photo provided by Labor Affairs Bureau, Kaohsiung City Government
Taiwan Immigrants' Global News Network】Editor/ Tim Wu (吳宗翰)

The Labor Affairs Bureau of Kaohsiung City Government and the National Police Agency of the Ministry of the Interior jointly held the "Professional Interpreter Training for New Immigrants" in late April to foster multilingual skills for providing foreign language interpretation services. The l Labor Affairs Bureau will train 120 interpreters who are fluent in Vietnamese, Indonesian, Thai, or English. These interpreters will be a fresh boost for the service center's ability to connect with visitors and may improve job chances for new immigrants as professional interpreters.

Labor Affairs Bureau, Kaohsiung City Government launch Professional Interpreter Training for New Immigrant.Photo provided by Labor Affairs Bureau, Kaohsiung City Government

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A new Vietnamese immigrant trainee who took part in the training, Ms. Chen, claimed to have lived in Taiwan for 24 years and to have most recently worked as an interpreter at a police station. She instantly enrolled after learning that the Labor Affairs Bureau would be holding a professional training for interpreters. She expressed her happiness at learning about employment regulations, vocational training, and labor legislation from the course. She hoped to succeed in the test and be given the chance to help her fellows in the future so they may have complete aid and protection.

Labor Affairs Bureau, Kaohsiung City Government launch Professional Interpreter Training for New Immigrant.Photo provided by Labor Affairs Bureau, Kaohsiung City Government

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The Labor Affairs Bureau expressed the hope that through the training of interpreters, professional interpreters can provide relevant assistance, so that trainees can further familiarize themselves with relevant laws and regulations and practical content of implementation, enhance interpretation and legal concepts, and then assist new immigrants and foreigners in job hunting or labor consultation. To help protect the rights and interests of foreigners in public services.

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我是黃小姐 想上這課程,請問怎麼報名

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