February 22, 2019
2019 AIIC Training of Trainers – Teaching consecutive interpreting
Andy Gillies will give a Training of Trainers Seminar on...
Teaching Consecutive Interpreting: the first 6 months
This seminar will look at how the component skills that go to make up consecutive interpreting can be isolated and practised in isolation before being re-combined in the complex activity that is consecutive interpreting. The seminar will also discuss the order in which these skills might be tackled and the building of part of a syllabus.
Presentation, analysis, memory, note-taking and note-reading will all be addressed.
The seminar, through the exercises proposed as part of the above, will also look at techniques for increasing the efficiency of limited classroom hours and increasing motivation in the classroom.
Andy Gillies teaches at ISIT in Paris and is Coordinator of AIIC Training. He is author of Note-taking for Consecutive Interpreting and Conference Interpreting –A student’s practice book student’s practice book . He has translated J-F. Rozan's La Prise de Notes dans l'interpretation consecutive into English.
Date: Friday 22nd (pm only), Saturday 23th & Sunday 24th (all day)
Participants will receive a Certificate of Attendance and invoice from AIIC for each individual seminar attended. This seminar will be held in English.
Minimum number of participants: 10
Maximum number of participants: 16
Please complete the registration form here.
Cost of seminar
AIIC members:EUR 260 .-
Non-AIIC members: EUR 320.-
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