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think! Interpreting 2017 Call for Proposals

[fa icon="calendar'] Aug 4, 2016 8:23:06 AM / by Katharine Allen & Barry S. Olsen posted in interpreting, Technology, translation, think! Interpreting, business, language, GALA, professionalization

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Announcing think! Interpreting 2017

Announcing the call for proposals for think! Interpreting 2017!  InterpretAmerica has been collaborating with Globalization and Localization Association (GALA) since 2014 to help raise the profile of interpreting inside the broader language services industry. This year we are excited to bring you the fourth installment of think! Interpreting, which will take place in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, March 26-29, 2017. 

The 2017 conference theme is: The New Basics: Success and Sustainability in Today‚Äôs Language IndustryAfter years of talking about coming change, disruption and innovation, that change is now here. In 2017, our focus is bringing you the kind of information and resources that will help you identify and adapt to these new basics - the nuts and bolts of being successful in our changed and still changing professional landscape. 

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10...9...8...7...Healthcare Interpreters, Trainers and Stakeholders, Last Chance to Fill Out the CCHI Job Task Analysis! UPDATE

[fa icon="calendar'] Jun 13, 2016 10:29:43 AM / by Katharine Allen posted in healthcare interpreting, Interpreter, professionalization, certification, survey

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6/21/16 Update: 

We thank everyone who has taken the time to fill out the CCHI Job Task Analysis survey. If you missed the first deadline, we are happy to say that the deadline has now been extended to July 10th

If you missed the survey, you now have time to fill it out!

Special target group - dual role bilingual staff interpreters

We also would like to encourage any of you who work in hospitals, healthcare settings, interpreting agencies or other places where bilingual staff regularly provide interpreting services to share the survey with such staff. This group of individuals provides an unknown but significant amount of interpreting in healthcare settings and is hard to reach with surveys that measure the true scope and nature of our profession.

So please share the JTA link with interpreting coordinators, managers, supervisors or any in a similar capacity who can target this group. 

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