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Courses

Face to face and online courses and workshops for individuals, groups and orgnisations.

Legal Terminology (law of England and Wales)

Legal

Terminology

(law of England and Wales)

Legal Terminology (English-French law)

Professional business skills

“Thank you for the light that you shine onto CPD for translators and interpreters.”

Lucy Brooks, of Lucy Brooks Translations

Selected Publications

2008
ITI Bulletin Jan/Feb

Police and Court Interpreting and Professional Attitudes

2009
ITI Bulletin Nov/ Dec

Opportunities for Interpreters as Expert Witnesses

2011
ITI Bulletin Jul/Aug

Fight or Flight?

2011
ITI Bulletin Sep/Oct

What’s In a Name?

2012
ITI Bulletin Mar/Apr

Speak up, Speak out!

2012
ITI Bulletin Jul/Aug

Riding out the Recession

2013
ITI Bulletin Jan/Feb

After the Genocide

2014
ITI Bulletin May/Jun

The Rates Debate

2014
ITI Bulletin Jul/Aug

Adversarial Interpreting

2014
ITI Bulletin Sep/Oct

Future Proofing the Profession

2014
ITI Bulletin Nov/Dec

Feel the Heat – Second International IAPTI Conference in Athens

2015
ITI Bulletin Jan/Feb

Quality in Legal Translation

2015
ITI Bulletin Feb/Mar

Bilingual Video – Conferencing in Legal Settings

2015
ITI Bulletin Jul/Aug

Out of the Shadows; Cracking the Code of Conduct

2016
The Linguist 4/Vol. 55

Channel Vision

2016
The Linguist 6/Vol. 55

Northern Ireland: Day in Court

2017
ITI Bulletin Jan/Feb

Linking up in Lincoln

2017
ITI Bulletin May/Jun

A Hebrew History

2017
The Linguist 1/Vol. 56

Cutting Work

2017
The Linguist 4/Vol. 56

Becoming the Voice of Terror

2017
The Linguist 5/Vol. 56

Voice of Modern Slavery

2018
ITI Bulletin Mar/Apr

Legal Action

2018
ITI Bulletin May/Jun

Not Your Usual Assignment

2018
ITI Bulletin Jul/Aug

Wake up and Smell the Robots

2018
The Linguist Oct/Nov

In Harm’s Way

2018
ITI Bulletin Nov/Dec

Legal International

2019
ITI Bulletin Jan/Feb

IAPTI Update

2019
The Linguist 2/Vol. 58

Grooming Words

2019
The Linguist 5/Vol. 58

A Legal Challenge

2019
ITI Bulletin Nov/Dec

The Rules of Asylum

2020
The Linguist 4/Vol. 59

The Final Word

2020
The Linguist 6/Vol. 59

To Sign or Not to Sign?

2021
THE LINGUIST 4/VOL. 60

CV19, WFH and RI

2022
THE LINGUIST 3/VOL. 61

Interpreting Murder

2022
THE LINGUIST 5/VOL. 61

A Case of Control

I want to express my gratitude for the training session you delivered yesterday. The impact was immediate, as two interpreters came to my office right after the session, absolutely buzzing with excitement.”

Deborah Dougall, Interpreter Manager for NHS Tayside

Information about workshops

Face to face interactive workshops are conducted in English and are relevant to all colleagues working into and out of English.

Workshops can be either full of half days, or even just for an hour or two.

Workshops are available both online or face to face, but face to face is always best!

Maximum number of participants for face to face workshops is 15.

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Background materials can be made available for each workshop.

Workshops are individually tailored to the needs of participants.

“A great webinar as usual, very informative whether in terms of the terminology or the legal framework.”

Asma Moore

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