The Voice of Love
The Voice of Love is a US-based non-profit whose mission is to develop and provide training and resources for interpreters who work with survivors of trauma, war, torture, and sexual violence. The curriculum offered includes a five-day training of interpreters, training of trainers, training for service providers (including legal aid practitioners), and other programs. Please see their website for training delivery options, which include in-person training as well as webinars and Skype sessions.
InZone: The Centre for Interpreting in Conflict Zones
InZone is a centre at the University of Geneva for the study of interpretation in conflict zones and other emergency settings. InZone has offered tailor-made training courses in a variety of locations and delivery formats.
“InZone offers different types of training modules for field interpreters focusing on basic consecutive interpreting skills and professional ethics. While the general structure of basic modules remains standard across organisations, an analysis of the needs of field interpreters working for a specific organisation enables InZone to contextualize learning activities to meet the specific needs of field interpreters and to tailor each course to their work environment.” (InZone training description)