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It's quite hard to find, or even to know where to look for, further training for conference interpreters. This wiki should compile a list of short further training courses for practising conference interpreters. Please add!!

asked 19 Sep '15, 13:58

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edited 19 Sep '15, 14:00

Interpreter Associations

SFT France

BDÜ Deutschland

Chambre belge des traducteurs et interprètes

Other institutions by country

Formation continue à l'ISIT, Paris

Germersheim Sommerschule


O szkoleniach dla tłumaczy

Cambridge Conference Interpretation Course (CCIC) - two week course each summer

WISE Interpreting Workshops - 5 day training sessions in Brussels and Valencia each summer

Interpreters in Brussels Practice Group (IBPG) - evening training sessions in Brussels twice a month (Oct. - June)

IBPG side project: Brussels goes to Geneva - 3 day dummy booth practice / mock conference in Geneva, January 2016

Non-interpreting courses that might be of interest to interpreters

Goethe Institut Paris - lectures etc

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answered 19 Sep '15, 13:59

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edited 01 Oct '15, 12:05

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Note to the admins... I wasn't sure if the answer or the question should be a wiki. Please feel free to correct as appropriate. Andy

(19 Sep '15, 14:01) Andy

I will be happy to share contact information of an efficient and savvy (MA in Political Science) Spanish language and culture trainer for B and C (by Skype or in Madrid). If interested drop me a line at

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answered 23 Sep '15, 09:04

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