AIIC Training and Professional Development is launching the third online edition of our popular consecutive note-taking refresher course with Helen Campbell. Join Helen on Zoom this June to brush up on those rusty note-taking skills.
To learn more about the upcoming online edition, read on below, and click here to register.
If you you think you might prefer to attend an in-person version of this workshop and are able to travel to Brussels, please watch this space, as we hope to organise an in-person edition of this note-taking refresher later this year.
Online consecutive note-taking refresher
Helen Campbell will lead a workshop online (Zoom) for professional interpreters who want to consolidate their note-taking skills for consecutive interpreting.
This three-day workshop targets professional conference interpreters who feel their note-taking skills are getting rusty and would like to go “back to basics” to build up a progression over the three days (for dates and times, see below).
Helen Campbell, an experienced conference interpreter and interpreter trainer, as well as an engaging public speaker, will explain her note-taking strategies to help make you feel more at ease with your next consecutive assignment.
This workshop will be held in English. Depending on language profiles of participants, other languages may be used, in which case some speech preparation by participants would be needed.
You will need a reliable internet connection, using cable, a headset and microphone.
Dates and times:
18, 22, 25 June 2022
14:00-19:00 CEST/Brussels (8:00-13:00 New York/Toronto)
Participants: min. 8, max. 12
Early bird rate until 15 May:
AIIC members & candidates: 185 CHF / Non-AIIC members: 235 CHF
Course fee after 16 May:
AIIC members & candidates: 235 CHF / Non-AIIC members: 285 CHF
AIIC members must be logged in to benefit from the members’ discount.
Contact: Michelle Hof – firstname.lastname@example.org
Helen Campbell was a staff member of the Directorate-General for Interpretation of the European Commission (DG SCIC) in Brussels from 1973 until 2011. A highly qualified and experienced interpreter trainer, she has aptitude-tested, taught, and acted as examiner for university exams as well as jury member and speaker for EU accreditation tests and open competitions. She is a trainer for the MCI at Glendon College, York University Toronto, and regularly gives courses for AIIC.