Detalle de la actividad
Fecha de inicio: lunes, 24 de abril de 2023
(#0863) THE ROLE OF MEMORY IN CONSECUTIVE INTERPRETING
Dictado por: Andrew Gillies
Temática: Interpretación consecutiva
To explore the role of memory in consecutive interpreting and provide specific techniques to reduce the reliance on note-taking, thus freeing up cognitive capacity for analysis and comprehension.
The workshop will address memory prompts, such as narratives, visual memory, structure as a prompt, etc. We will also examine how notes can be used efficiently to promote recall (rather than simply as a recording device replacing for memory).
Fecha y horario: lunes 24 de abril, de 14.30 a 17.30.
Lugar: salón auditorio Tsugimaru Tanoue (Avda. Corrientes 1834, 1.º piso, CABA).
Cierre de inscripción: lunes, 24 de abril de 2023 a las 12:00
Andy Gillies is a conference interpreter and interpreter trainer based in Paris. He works from French, German and Polish into English at the European Parliament, the European Patent Office, the European Space Agency... amongst other places.
He teaches interpreting at ISIT in Paris and Glendon MCI in Toronto and has been a visiting trainer at schools in Poland, Germany and Portugal. Andy has also given further training courses (CPD) for interpreters for the European Parliament, the European Court of Justice, AIIC, ATA and other professional associations. He is also a trainer of interpreter trainers.
Andy has written extensively on interpreter training and has published a variety of articles about the profession for industry outlets. He also curates the Interpreter Training Resources https://interpretertrainingresources.eu/ and https://interpreterscpd.eu Interpreters CPD websites.