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Hello everyone,

I have been working for several years in interpreting (chuchotage, consecutive and liaison). I also hold a Master in Translation (Arabic A, French B, English C) - ITIRI, France; and finished first year of MCI - Glendon, Canada (Arabic A, French B, English C) where I learnt Consecutive, Sight Translation and some SIMO. I live in Canada and I would like to learn more about Workshops/short courses for SIMO techniques for Arabic A .

1- From what I read on line, most of SIMO workshops/short courses are for students who finished M2 or/and young professionals. However, are there any workshops for “beginners” in Europe/Canada to learn and enhance SIMO skills - Arabic A, French B?

2- Where is the best place to start working in interpreting with my language combination (knowing that I don't have SIMO yet)?

Thank you in advance for your answer. :-)

S.

asked 10 Aug, 10:04

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edited 10 Aug, 11:15

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