Consecutive Interpretation Strategies Course – Registration has been extended!

Magna Voce, LLC Interpreter Education

We have extended the registration dateline for our Consecutive Interpretation Strategies course to July 27th. 2013.

CONSECUTIVE INTERPRETATION STRATEGIES LANGUAGE NEUTRAL

Date: August 3 and 4, 2013
Cost: $300.00
Venue: La Salle University, Philadelphia, PA
The two-day, language neutral, Consecutive Interpretation Strategies Boot Camp is a workshop ideal for candidates who are preparing for the NCSC oral certification exam*; for those seeking opportunities to hone their consecutive interpretation skills and strategies; and for those pursuing continuing education credits.
The goal of the sessions is to provide the participant the tools necessary to objectively assess his/her consecutive interpreting performance. This objective analysis will, in turn, allow participant to identify the problem areas hindering his/her performance. The participant should leave the session with some of the strategies necessary to have less random and more criteria-driven independent practice.
This workshop has been approved for 12 CEUs by the Pennsylvania and Delaware AOC.
NOTE-TAKING 101
LANGUAGE NEUTRAL
Date: September 14 and 21, 2013 9:00 am – 4:00 pm each day.
Cost: $ 300.00
Venue: La Salle University, Philadelphia, PA
Note-taking is an important skill for court interpreters as they perform their daily work. Efficient note-taking can help the interpreter preserve what was said. Conversely, notes taken randomly and without criteria can hinder interpreter’s performance.
The most frequent questions arising when tackling note-taking are what to note, how and how much to note while managing the tasks of listening, analyzing the incoming speech and producing speech.
The goal of the two-day, language neutral, NOTE-TAKING 101 workshop is to give the participant the necessary tools to develop solid note-taking skills on which to build with practice and experience.
This workshop has been approved for 12 CEUs by the Pennsylvania and Delaware AOC.

FACULTY
Catalina J. Natalini, MA Linguistics; State Certified Court Interpreter; Associate Lecturer La Salle University.
Maria Perez-Chambers, Federal and State Certified Court Interpreter.
For more information, please contact magnavoce.ie@gmail.com
Look us up in LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/pub/maria-perez-chambers

Two Upcoming Interpretation Workshops

To our Interpreters from Magna Voce, LLC Interpreter Education

 

CONSECUTIVE INTERPRETATION STRATEGIES

LANGUAGE NEUTRAL

 

Date:      August 3 and 4, 2013

Cost:       $300.00

Venue:    La Salle University, Philadelphia, PA

 

The two-day, language neutral, Consecutive Interpretation Strategies Boot Camp is a workshop ideal for candidates who are preparing for the NCSC oral certification exam*; for those seeking opportunities to hone their consecutive interpretation skills and strategies; and for those pursuing continuing education credits.

 

The goal of the sessions is to provide the participant the tools necessary to objectively assess his/her consecutive interpreting performance.  This objective analysis will, in turn, allow participant to identify the problem areas hindering his/her performance.  The participant should leave the session with some of the strategies necessary to have less random and more criteria-driven independent practice.

This workshop has been approved for 12 CEUs by the Pennsylvania and Delaware AOC.

 

NOTE-TAKING 101

LANGUAGE NEUTRAL

 

Date:         September 14 and 21, 2013   9:00 am – 4:00 pm each day.

Cost:          $ 300.00

Venue:      La Salle University, Philadelphia, PA

 

Note-taking is an important skill for court interpreters as they perform their daily work.  Efficient note-taking can help the interpreter preserve what was said.  Conversely, notes taken randomly and without criteria can hinder interpreter’s performance.

The most frequent questions arising when tackling note-taking are what to note, how and how much to note while managing the tasks of listening, analyzing the incoming speech and producing speech.

The goal of the two-day, language neutral, NOTE-TAKING 101 workshop is to give the participant the necessary tools to develop solid note-taking skills on which to build with practice and experience.

This workshop has been approved for 12 CEUs by the Pennsylvania and Delaware AOC.

FACULTY

Catalina J. Natalini, MA Linguistics; State Certified Court Interpreter; Associate Lecturer La Salle University.

Maria Perez-Chambers, Federal and State Certified Court Interpreter.

For more information, please contact magnavoce.ie@gmail.com

Look us up in LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/pub/maria-perez-chambers/70/524/aa6/