Consecutive note-taking refresher in Brussels

This course is open to all conference interpreters, but especially those of you who are looking for more advanced note-taking guidance. Go beyond the basics to see how you can really take your notes to the next level.

Read on below for more information and click here to sign up. The Early Bird rate only applies until 14 July, so sign up now to benefit from the discount.

note-taking in Brussels 8-9-10 September 2022

Consecutive note-taking refresher in Brussels

Helen Campbell will lead a three-day workshop in Brussels for professional conference interpreters who want to take their note-taking skills for consecutive interpreting to the next level.

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.

Workshop details

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.

Venue:

KU Leuven, Brussels campus (near Gare Centrale)

Dates and times:

Thursday 8 September 9:30-17:00
Friday 9 September 9:30-17:00
Saturday 10 September 9:15-12:15 (morning only)

Total contact hours over three days: 15

Participants: min. 8, max. 12

Early bird rate until 14 July:
AIIC members & candidates: 185 CHF
Non-AIIC members: 235 CHF

Course fee after 14 July:
AIIC members & candidates: 235 CHF
Non-AIIC members: 285 CHF

Contact until 14 July: Michelle Hof – m.hof@aibcnet.com
Contact after 14 July: Helen Campbell – helenjlcampbell@gmail.com

Trainer

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.

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