Seminarios de formación sobre “Inglés para Intérpretes de Lengua de Signos” que tendrá lugar en Hamburgo (Alemania). La persona encargada es Zane Hema, profesor de inglés nativo, quien vive en la actualidad en Australia. A continuación se exponen los 4 seminarios de los que se compone la serie y toda la información sobre fechas, precios y demás a continuación.
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The working environment of sign language interpreters and their customers is getting increasingly global and international. In companies, at universities and at other settings, English is used more and more and sign language interpreters are expected to deal effortlessly also with this language. Our seminar series “English for Sign Language Interpreters” has been especially designed together with internationally renowned sign language interpreter and seminar trainer Zane Hema from Australia to help you deal better with this kind of professional requirement. The seminar series consists of four separate topics on four consecutive days that combine well with each other. You can choose to attend only one or up to all four of the seminars. The seminars all take place in Hamburg, a very beautiful city, worth a trip and offering a huge number of sights, cultural and shopping opportunities to visitors. These are the topics of the seminars: Seminar 1: Social Interpreting & Small Talk (20 September 2016) Interpreting is needed not only for speeches and meetings, but also for small talk during breaks or at common dinners of conference participants. In this seminar participants get the opportunity to warm up with these situations in order to be able to act in them as an interpreter with the necessary ease. Thus, the seminar is a helpful basis for the three subsequent topics. Seminar 2: Colloquial Language & Idioms (21 September 2016) Like other languages, the English language comprises different levels like colloquial language, idioms and familiar quotations. As a non-native speaker of English it is difficult to understand these immediately. A literal interpretation would not make much sense and might cause confusion. In this seminar, participants learn to recognize the function of English colloquialisms and idioms, to understand and deal with them.
Seminar 3: Politeness, Irony & Misunderstandings (22 September 2016) Especially in official and commercial circumstances, the English language often uses certain polite phrases that do not express explicitly what was meant. A polite denial may even sound like a confirmation for a non-native speaker, and irony is sometimes not easy to spot. In this seminar, we will focus on those linguistic and cultural features and will help to detect and understand certain pitfalls. Seminar 4: Conference Settings & Interpreting (23 September 2016) Quite often English conferences and speeches have to be interpreted by sign language interpreters that are non-native speakers of English. This seminar helps to prepare for this kind of situations and helps sign language interpreters to develop their skills in this field. Workshop trainer Zane Hema is a native English speaker and very experienced and well-known sign language interpreter who has travelled the world interpreting and teaching sign language interpreters. After many years in London he currently lives in Australia. Workshop language This workshop will be presented in English, in a way that makes it easy for all participants as non-native speakers to follow and make contributions. Target audience This seminar has been designed for all sign language interpreters who are nonnative English speakers. Time On all four days (20, 21, 22 and 23 September 2016) the seminars will take place from 10:00 a.m. to 17:00 p.m.
Venue For our workshop, we will use our well equipped seminar rooms near Hamburg City Centre at: Hamburger Volkshochschule Schanzenstraße 75-77 20357 Hamburg The venue can be reached by public transport from Hamburg airport and Hamburg central station without difficulty. Registration To register, please fill in the registration form on page 5 and email a scan or photo to email@example.com. Registration will be open until 28 August. Cost of Seminars and payment The seminar fee is € 149.00 for one seminar. If you attend more than one seminar from this series or at least one and our Performing Arts Interpreting workshop from 16-18 September 2016, you will receive a discount of 10 % on all the seminars. You will receive an invoice and payment information as soon as the required minimum number of participants has registered. The cost of workshop includes a certificate of attendance. Also beverages and small snacks like biscuits or fruit will be provided for free at the venue. Meals and accommodation are at participants’ own accounts.
Cancellation policy Cancellations must be sent by email to firstname.lastname@example.org and need to be confirmed by the course organiser before valid. Please be advised that if you wish to cancel your registration the following applies. If your cancellation is received until 8 days before end of registration, you will receive a refund of 50%, 7 days before end of registration or later, no refund will be possible. For a change in registration (if you decide not to cancel your registration but send someone else instead of you), a fee of € 25.00 will be charged. Important notes Selection of participants will be made according to the “first come, first served” system. Training will take place if the required minimum number of participants has registered. Please do not book your journey or accommodation until we have confirmed that the workshop will take place. This confirmation occurs on the first working day after the registration deadline at the latest. In case of a cancellation of the workshop, no refund of travel or accommodation costs is possible. Please note that our general terms and conditions apply. Contact person & details For further information, please contact: Semido Ole Petersen email: email@example.com
SEMIDO con sede en Hamburgo, Alemania, especialista internacional de formación de alta calidad individual y para los intérpretes de lengua de signos y para los estudiantes en el campo de la interpretación de lengua de signos.