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I'm teaching consecutive in Russia (Tyumen State University) and I want to progress to practicing and teaching conference interpreting. My languages are English and Russian and I'm looking for a short-term program to start conference interpreting in Europe (Strasbourg, maybe). My other goal is to get an insight of Bologna Process that Russia has joined. Training for trainers type would be a good option. Do they have anything on conference interpreting coming next year?

asked 22 Nov '12, 11:21

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Are you looking for short courses for interpreter trainers or for interpreters?

(23 Nov '12, 03:43) Andy

You may want to check the ETI (Geneva) website from time to time. I think they have a masters in training for trainers, and they also periodically advertise short-term professional development courses. I interpret in Geneva, and I frequently check the site to see what's coming up - in fact I believe they will be releasing some details of upcoming courses soon.

I was very interested to hear that you teach in Tyumen - when I was learning Russian I spent a few months teaching English at TSOGU, the oil and gas university. It's a small world!

Good luck with your search.

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