AIIC Training of Trainers seminar, Santiago, Chile, 17-18 December 2012

Hans-Werner Muehle, from the Seminar für Übersetzen und Dolmetschen at Heidelberg University, will give a further training seminar entitled...

Training of Trainers Foundation Course

This 2-day course is directed at interpreter trainers teaching, or wishing to teach, the initial stages of a conference interpreting course. The principles to be discussed however can easily be adapted by trainers to classes of more advanced students. 

The course seeks to offer a step by step approach to setting student interpreters clear objectives and giving them the strategies and tools to reach them. The course will cover:

  • beginners consecutive and simultaneous;
  • consecutive without notes;
  • exercises for simultaneous beginners as well as lesson planning and structuring;
  • giving feedback.

Hans-Werner Muehle has been a freelance conference interpreter since 1986, working for a wide variety of clients at the very highest level (including the European and German Parliaments, UNESCO, The Council of Europe and German & Swiss television). He has taught Spanish interpreting at the University of Heidelberg's Interpreting School for over 20 years and has been a regular visiting lecturer at ZHAW in Zurich, La Laguna for the same period. He also teaches at the University of Witwatersrand in South Africa.

This seminar will be held in Spanish or English depending on registered participants.

Minimum number of participants: 14
Maximum number of participants: 18

This course is now confirmed.

Cost of seminar

AIIC members: CHF 290.-.
Non-AIIC members: CHF 330.-.


Dag Hammarskjold 3477
Santiago, Chile

To apply

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AIIC will offer 2 sponsorships, worth CHF 300.- each, to AIIC members.

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