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Interpreters work behind the scenes at a variety of international events, including diplomatic encounters, business meetings or scientific congresses, bridging cross-cultural divides.
Are you eligible for training? What skills are required? Where can you train? What makes a good interpreting course?
AIIC works together with ISO and big employers like the European Commission to establish technical standards for both fixed and mobile interpreting booths.
AIIC recognises that quality interpretation depends on more than an individual interpreter's knowledge and skills. Working conditions and technical standards are but a few of the factors that will affect the interpreter's performance.