AIIC events around the world - May
Photos from AIIC events, training sessions, seminars and get-togethers during May 2019
Every month AIIC's regional bureaux, committees and groups host events and courses around the globe. Featured here are snapshots from some AIIC events during May.
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VEGA outreach session – Maryland, USA.
AIIC VEGA (USA) spoke with a group of graduating students and working community interpreters at the University of Maryland's College Park campus just outside of Washington, DC. on 15 May. The interactive session focused on "Best Practices" before, during and after a conference interpreting assignment, including such topics as booth manners, social media etiquette and perceptions of quality among interpreters and users of our services.
Great event for future colleagues at FTSK Germersheim: On 10 May Germany's AIIC VEGA representative Andrea Borges spoke to an audience of 55 students, professors and recent graduates about AIIC, VEGA, professional standards, code of ethics, paths towards AIIC membership, as well as current trends & statistics in conference interpreting. The event was simultaneously translated into English, Spanish, French, Russian, Italian, Polish, and Dutch. Andrea's talk was followed by a lively Q&A session - thanks to everyone at FTSK Germersheim who made this possible!
"One Trial – Four Languages” - Monterey, California
The Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey hosted the exhibition "One Trial – Four Languages” - The Pioneers of Interpreting at Nuremberg from 1-16 May.
Long consec. training - Boston
AIIC members Darinka Mangino and Maha El-Metwally delivered the third edition of their “Long Consec Techniques and Technology” course on 5 May in Boston. The participants came from across the US East Coast, with some from as far afield as Costa Rica and Mexico.
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