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Ethics for translators
New Zealand Society of Translators and Interpreters
$25.00 NZSTI Member - entitlement note
$25.00 NZSTI members
$25.00 AUSIT members
$50.00 Standard Price
ENTITLEMENT NOTE HOLDERS ARE NOT SUBSIDISED BY MBIE FOR THIS EVENT
LIVE WEBINAR HELD:
Thursday, 25 August 2022
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Online via Zoom
RECORDED WEBINAR: Available below.
NAATI recertification points: 10
In this webinar Patrick King will review the development of the NZSTI Code of Ethics and the individual ethical issues covered by the Code. Each of the key items in the Code will be examined in some detail using specific examples of ethical issues arising in the translation of documents, texts and works of literature. We will also look at the way ethical considerations differ between interpreting and translation. We encourage participants to ask questions and raise discussion points before and during the webinar.
For this paid professional development event participants will need to register through our website by 11.59 pm on Wednesday, 24 August. The event will be recorded and available in the Learning Module of each registered participant once ready.
Presented by Patrick King
Patrick King spent the early years of his career working as a translator and editor for the New Zealand government, interspersed with several years as a freelance translator. In 1985, he co-founded the New Zealand Translation Centre Ltd (NZTC International) and was its Senior Editor and Co-Director until his retirement in 2020. As part of his role in the area of quality management, Patrick has been extensively involved in interpreter and translation recruitment and training across all languages. Patrick was a founding member of NZSTI and served on its Council for many years, including as its first National President. He was made a Fellow of the Society in 2010.