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Interactional Management in Community Interpreting Workshop

Interactional Management in Community Interpreting Workshop

10416
$0.00 NZSTI Member - entitlement note
$0.00 Non-Member - entitlement note

Event Detail

Entitlement note holders are subsidised by MBIE to attend these events free of charge.

 

You MUST have an Entitlement Note to register for these workshops.

 Workshop dates listed below. Numbers limited to 12 per workshop.

 

This 3-hour workshop will go into the details of how to successfully and efficiently manage the interaction between speakers in community interpreting.

The workshop is aimed at interpreters working in community settings who would like to dive deeper into interactional management and gain confidence in cutting in, asking for clarification and repetition, managing asides, turn-taking, overlapping talk and more. The workshop is particularly aimed at those interpreters who are going to sit the NAATI test or who need to re-sit a NAATI test because their interactional management skills did not fall within bands 1-3. 

We will be covering interpreting theory, interactional management expectations in the NAATI CPI test, video and text demonstrations, practice in class and small groups with individual feedback from peers and presenters as well as general feedback.

There will be an initial presentation followed by 1.5 hours of practice and final questions at the end. The aim of this practical workshop is to give interpreters more confidence in managing the interaction, to provide them with concrete tips and takeaways, and to equip them with the necessary interactional management skills for the NAATI CPI test.

These workshops will run each month with new dates added regularly.


All Coming Instances

10:00AM - 01:00PM, Sat, 25 May 2024
Registrations Close: 22 May 2024
Class Limit: 12
Presenter: Linda (Fuqin) Hill
Online: Online via Zoom.
Zoom link sent to registrants day before the workshop.
10:00AM - 01:00PM, Wed, 05 Jun 2024
Registrations Close: 03 June 2024
Class Limit: 12
Presenter: Karoline Spiessl
Online: Online via Zoom.
Zoom link sent to registrants day before the workshop.
10:00AM - 01:00PM, Sat, 22 Jun 2024
Registrations Close: 19 June 2024
Class Limit: 12
Presenter: Linda (Fuqin) Hill
Online: Online via Zoom.
Zoom link sent to registrants day before the workshop.
 

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