Presenter: Andrew Gillies
Date: May 13, 2021
Time: 9:00 a.m. EDT
Duration: 4 hours + 1-hour break
CE Points: ATA 4 CEPs; CCHI 4 CE hours; IMIA/NBCMI 0.4 CEUs
This is the intensive, interactive interpreting workshop you've been looking for!
In this four-hour training session, interpreter Andy Gillies will explain the main elements of a note-taking system for long consecutive interpreting. You'll examine the major components of the system, including links, symbols, and "position as information"; learn how structures in notes support analysis, recall, and presentation skills; and discover ways to learn and practice in isolation.
The workshop will consist of two, two-hour sessions with a one-hour break in between.
Register Now! ATA Member $180 Non-Member $240
Limited to 14 attendees! This workshop is limited to 14 advanced-level interpreters. Credentialed interpreters will receive priority. Confirmation of payment does not guarantee you a seat as we will vet all attendees for credentials and/or experience before finalizing registration. Refunds will be issued to those not selected. We will maintain a waitlist once we reach 14 attendees.
This webinar was organized with the assistance of ATA's Interpreters Division.
Registration will close May 12 at 5 pm or sooner if maximum attendance is reached.
If you have registered, be sure you have received the Zoom invitation to join the webinar. You can search your inbox for firstname.lastname@example.org to find it. If you cannot find the invitation, please email email@example.com. Limited to 14 attendees!