Sunday, November 11, 2012
#IntJC 24 on Nov Sat 17th: CPD for Interpreters
Announcement and Topic
Session 24 of The Interpreting Journal Club is scheduled for the coming Saturday 17th from 10 pm Japan Time.
No text of value has emerged after hours fishing the Internet with "CPD interpreter", namely, "Continuing professional development for interpreters". If you know of some valuable content, please get in touch.
In the meantime, here is a list of a selected CPD offers picked without any particular criteria, but the sheer amount of courses and seminars offered suggest that CPD for interpreters is hot, according to regions and specialities.
I invite you to browse these links for a partial taste for what is in store. One pending puzzlement is why so many offers are seemingly generated in the UK.
And on a side note, I personally like this one "Becoming a Voice-over Artist" at the Chartered Institute of Linguistics. Now, what about opera singing for interpreters? You will find a suggested list of discussion points after the links.
Read those, spread the word and join session 24 of The Interpreting Journal Club.
Chartered Institute of Linguist (UK)
University of Bath
AIIC courses and events
Institute of Translation and Interpreting (UK)
Discussion points (help make these better)
1. What is your take on CPD availability in your country or region?
2. What are your experiences as a user of CPD courses? How valuable were they?
3. What are the profiles of CPD? Who is CPD for?
4. What are the constraints when considering applying for a CPD?
5. What CPD opportunities you wish you had access to?
Posted by Lionel Dersot at 7:11 PM