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Wordfast 5 Training for Beginners 9am - 5pm (in English) - 20 spaces available
Date and time: 09:00-17:00, Friday, 12 October, 2007 NOTE: This session has already been held
Room: Room 1
Computers are not provided. Participants will have to bring their own notebook.
The day will be devoted to setting up and using the general features of Wordfast: creating a translation memory (TM), completing a translation session, implementing glossaries, and using the basic tools (clean-up and analysis). We'll also learn how to create a translation memory from past translations using the alignment function of PlusTools. This is a hands-on course with several practical exercises. The goal is to get you up and running with Wordfast so that you can implement it into your workflow as soon as possible. You do not have to purchase the software to attend.
NB: You will have to download the free version from the website, along with Plustools and the manual before the training.
If you have any questions about this training, please contact the trainer directly via the dedicated forum topic
Training fee (including lunch and two coffee breaks):
ProZ Members: CAD100 / USD100 / EUR70
Non-members: CAD110 / USD110 / EUR75
There is NO need to register for the conference to attend this training.
To book a place and proceed with your payment, please scroll down to find the Sign up to attend this session link. Clicking it will bring up the purchase page.
John Di Rico (France)
Bio: John Di Rico began offering Wordfast training in 2006. He has also taught English and French in the United States, France, and Vietnam and continues to teach English for Specific Purposes (nurses, public notaries, accountants, etc.) in and around Nice, France. His main concerns are providing quality training adapted to the learning styles of each individual and meeting and exceeding participants’ expectations. An evaluation is conducted following each training to improve future courses.