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2012 Freelance translator virtual conference

Sep 27, 2012



Presentation

Forces Shaping the Industry in the Global Village of the 21st Century

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Schedule:This session ended at 12:15
Description:

This session is a wake-up call to the future. Technology is transforming the profession at the speed of light. Instead of resisting technology, translators and interpreters must embrace it and learn how to use it to further their professional advancement and intercultural communication. Embracing constant change is vital for survival in the global village of the 21st century.

If translators and interpreters do not become part of the digital revolution occurring in the second decade of this new millennium, we will be left out of the loop of progress... just what happened a few decades ago to those office workers and freelancers (including translators) who refused to learn how to use a computer ... they quickly became professionally obsolete because they were no longer able to interact in the modern interconnected world. Today, we need to learn about the new tools that have been quickly becoming an intrinsic part of the modern world.

Scroll down this page to view the recording of this presentation & the Q&A session with presenter Claudia Brauer.

Language(s):English
Speakers:Claudia Brauer
Considered a subject matter expert in translation and interpreting, Claudia's career spans more than 35 years in Latin America and the USA, logging over 15,000 hours of interpreting assignments in a large diversity of venues and fields of knowledge, and translating more than 10 million words.

Claudia became a trainer of translators and interpreters in 2010 and is the sole proprietor of BrauerTraining: http://brauertraining.com, creating proprietary content for more than 250 hours of language-neutral training in the form of webinars and workshops. She is also a blogger and speaker on the changes that are occurring in the industry and that directly impact translators and interpreters.

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sandymess  Identity Verified
Cameroon
Local time: 19:52
English to French
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tools Sep 27, 2012

Dear,
I am interested by your experience as interpreter. As, I am just beginning as interpreter. I look for some tips that can be useful.


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Claudia Brauer  Identity Verified
United States
Local time: 14:52
Member (2011)
Spanish to English
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Interpreters needed in the continent Sep 27, 2012

Hello, Sandy. Interpreters in the African continent are in high demand, specially in the medical and legal sectors. I have several courses for beginning interpreters so let me know specifically what you want to know....

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