This course will build on the knowledge and skills acquired during the Conference interpreting course (MODL5105). In this course you will further develop your mastery of international conference language and discourse in English and your secondary language, enhance your ability to comprehend different types of complex oral texts typical of international conferences in both languages, and acquire more advanced simultaneous interpreting skills, producing target language renditions in the appropriate registers. Additionally, you will learn about the results of relevant research that can be applied to the acquisition and development of conference interpreting skills. You will continue to acquire relevant competencies relating to conference interpreting, including effective team work and preparation and the use of interpreting booth equipment.
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