About the instructor
Aquillia Alowonle is a New York State certified court interpreter, and she is a graduate of The University of Minnesota’s program in Translation and Interpreting. Aquillia has experience working as a hospital staff interpreter at The University of Minnesota Fairview Hospital, as a freelance interpreter at various hospitals, as a telephonic interpreter for several agencies, and as a court interpreter in New York State. Aquillia is the owner of ANA Professional Language Services, LLC, and she is a licensed trainer of The Community Interpreter.
Note-Taking is a fundamental skill for consecutive interpreters, yet many interpreters do not take full advantage of the memory enhancing power of notes. Note-taking may seem challenging to some, but this course will teach you that this technique can be highly effective and rewarding. In this two-hour course for consecutive interpreters of all levels, you will learn the basic skills of note-taking. For more seasoned interpreters, brush up on your note-taking skills with these innovative note-taking strategies. This course will provide all interpreters with the tools needed to enhance and perfect your note-taking skills.
What you will learn
Create and memorize your notes
Create essential symbols and abbreviations
Incorporate note-taking into your interpreting practice
Who should attend
This course reviews basic skills and is perfect for interpreters who are new to note-taking. The innovative note-taking strategies reviewed in this course, can benefit interpreters of all levels as well.
Level: Foundational Language: English Specialization: All