Translation and Technology

Date:

TBC, November  2018, 9:30 am to 4:30 pm x 2 days

Location:

Monash University Clayton Campus, Wellington Road, Clayton.

 Duration:

Two days (14 hours)

PD points towards recertification:

Successful completion of the course entitles participants to 40 points towards NAATI recertification (Section 1.2 of NAATI Recertification Professional Development Catalogue)

About the course:

This short course focuses on the use of computer assisted translation (CAT). It is primarily intended for translators who have little or no experience with CAT (but do have general computer literacy). The course will provide an overview of the CAT tools: Wordfast Anywhere, SDL Trados 2014; Translation memory: creating a translation memory, working with one; Multiterm: creating a glossary. Participants will learn about these tools and their practical application to translating work. The licenced software is accessed at Monash University’s translation computer lab, so participants don’t need to provide their own computers or software. 

These professional development short courses are run with the support of the Department of Premier and Cabinet, State Government of Victoria.

 

Intended audience:

The course is aimed at practising translators who are already working in the industry. It is open to translators of all languages.

 Cost:

$433 (GST included).

AUSIT and ASLIA members receive a 10% discount: $390 (GST included).

Application process:

Please follow this link to join our T&I PD mailing list  and to be advised when  course applications open. 

 Attendance requirements:

Certificates of Completion will only be issued to participants who attend all face-to-face hours of the course.

 Payment conditions:

Payment of course fees is to be made via credit card. Instructions for payment will be provided to successful applicants following submission of the application form. Refunds can only be provided when participants are unable to attend due to illness or other unavoidable circumstance, upon provision of relevant material evidence.