This month’s master class, How to prepare for (and pass!) an interpreting exam, is next Wednesday, November 15. The live session runs from 12 noon to 1:30 PM New York time, and registration ($75) includes the recording.
This class is based on my experience preparing for and passing (on the first try!) two sets of court interpreting exams, and my Master of Conference Interpreting exit exams. We’ll discuss how to create a training plan for any type of interpreting exam, why so many interpreters fail interpreting exams, how to use the best available resources to prepare, and how to set yourself up for success on exam day.
I taught this class at the recent ATA conference and it went well, so I’m excited for this online version! You can read the full description and register here.
Corinne McKay (email@example.com) is the founder of Training for Translators, and has been a full-time freelancer since 2002. She holds a Master of Conference Interpreting from Glendon College, is an ATA-certified French to English translator, and is Colorado court-certified for French interpreting. If you enjoy her posts, consider joining the Training for Translators mailing list!