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Professional Development Program
INTERPRETERS AND TRANSLATORS
Saturday, 3 March 2018
(Registerations due 28/02/2018)
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Language Experts has developed the first specialised course in Medical Terminology specific for Interpreters and Translators in Australia. The Medical Terminology Module 1 for Interpreters and translators is a one day course which includes 4 hours of face-to-face sessions and approximately 2 hours of self study and online work. The Course aims to provide participants with an overview of how the Australian health systems operate and interact and in this context examine the terminology specific to those settings.
This contextual knowledge provides interpreters and translators with the ability to analyse information in order to decode it from one language to another. Emphasis will be given to those areas of healthcare where interpreters/translators are most needed. Language and vocabulary development will feature in addition to the development of personal glossaries.
The many topics in this course will include:
The participants will benefit from an awareness and understanding of the challenges of interpreting and translation in a health and medical setting; the use of skills and tools required to perform in a professional manner and the development of vocabulary and their own language glossaries.
Take advantage of this great value course.
Date: Saturday, 3 March 2018 Time: 09:00am – 1:00pm
Venue: Meeting Room 1, Camberwell Library, Camberwell Vic.
Please complete the attached registration form or register and pay online at:
Participants are eligible to receive a Certificate of Attendance upon successful
completion of the program for a small fee of $45.00.
This course attracts 40 professional development points towards Revalidation.
As a recognised leader in the provision of language communication services, we are committed to the continuous development of the translation and interpreting profession in Australia and internationally.
Language Experts provides regular, current and relevant training and preparatory programs aimed at current and future interpreting and translation practitioners who: