From quotes to contracts, from stationery to pensions. A course on professionalism for conference interpreters

20 Jan 17

09:00 — 15:00

London, United Kingdom

Course

Venue:

ITF House
49-60 Borough Road
London SE1 1DR

Registration required!
Please register by 01 Nov 2017

Organised by
VEGA Network

Organised by AIIC VEGA UK and Ireland

Trainer: Alexandra HAMBLING, Consultant Interpreter, member of Calliope-Interpreters

When

  • Friday 20 January 2017
  • 9 am Registration
  • 9:30 am - 3:00 pm Seminar

Who for

  • Conference interpreters of all levels of experience, especially new interpreters

Please note that places are limited and will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.

Topics

  • Image
  • Stationery
  • Modern communication
  • Contracts
  • Quotes
  • Invoices
  • VAT
  • Tax
  • Pension
  • Health

Cost

  • £10
  • FREE for AIIC members, candidates and pre-candidates
  • lunch provided

Registration for AIIC members, candidates and pre-candidates

  • Please send an email to Stefanie MACDONALD by 11 January 2017.

Registration for non-members

  • To register, please send an email to Stefanie MACDONALD, with a copy to Francoise COMTE
  • You are kindly asked to make a bank transfer to the following bank account:     
    • Account name: AIIC United Kingdom and Ireland
    • Sort code: 30 98 98
    • Account number: 19557568

Please provide your full name as reference. Once your payment is received, we will email you a confirmation of registration.

Deadline for payment and registration: 11 January 2017


AIIC VEGA is a world-wide network of professional conference interpreters, members of AIIC, dedicated to helping budding and junior interpreters pursue their fledgling career. In the UK and Ireland VEGA is represented by Monika Kokoszycka.

Alexandra Hambling is a conference interpreter and a member of AIIC. She is also a consultant interpreter and a member of the international network of consultant interpreters, Calliope-Interpreters.

Alexandra holds a translation degree from the University of Geneva (Ecole de Traduction et d’Interprétation) and a post-graduate degree in interpretation from the University of Westminster.

As a conference interpreter, Alexandra is accredited by many international institutions and national Governments. She is based in Dublin, Ireland, and works at the highest level, including for ministerial meetings and presidential summits.

As a consultant interpreter, Alexandra organises teams of conference interpreters for her many clients, in Ireland and around the world. Delivering a first-class, professional service to clients is a driving force when selecting interpreters for her teams and this in turn drives her interest in ensuring that interpreters understand and appreciate the need to be professional in a challenging and competitive commercial environment.