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Careers in Translation and Interpreting
Wed 26 April 2017, 11:00 – 16:00 BST
Would you like a career in translation and interpreting?
Organised by the University of Liverpool, and Routes into Languages North West, this conference features talks from speakers from international and national institutions about the wide variety of careers in translation and interpreting.
A full programme of the day is detailed below:
11.00am - Arrival & Registration
11.20am - Welcome & Opening Careers Talk by Diane Appleton
11.40am - Paul Kaye - Language officer at European Commission in London: Translating for the European Union
12.05pm - Helen Campbell - Director of the National Network for Interpreting: Working as a conference interpreter in International Organisations
12.30pm - Kirsty Heimerl-Moggan - Course Leader MA Interpreting & Translation University of Central Lancashire (UCLan): Routes into Conference Interpreting
12.55pm - Lunch
1.45pm - Matthias Postel - Representing Chatered Institute of Linguists (CIOL): Developing as a language professional -Qualifications, standards and professional status
2.10pm - Karl McLaughlin - Senior Lecturer Manchester Metropolitan University: Translating for the Media: a ‘hybrid profession'
2.35pm - Simone Schroth – Freelance: Languages and more: Working as a freelance translator
3.00pm - Carmina Villar i Martí– Project Manager at Tick Translations: A Career in Translation
3.25pm - Q & A -Networking
4.00pm - Event Close
Lunch and refreshments will be provided. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any special dietary requirements.
For more information about the event, please contact Jordi Sánchez at email@example.com
or Anke Bohm at firstname.lastname@example.org