Upcoming MATI Webinars
MATI’s 2017 webinar series brings you two new seminars! Please plan on joining us for these valuable continuing education opportunities.
Saturday, May 27, 12:00 p.m. (CST)
"Interpreting culture: The cultural work of professional medical interpreters"
Izabel E. T. de V. Souza, Ph.D., English-Spanish interpreter and interpreter educator
In this workshop, Dr. Souza will help participants identify all the activities that are within the medical interpreter’s scope of practice, with respect to addressing cultural issues. You will learn about the challenges, disadvantages, advantages, timing, scope, limitations, and other aspects of addressing cultural issues as a medical interpreter. Dr. Souza will also discuss the latest interpreting research theories related to addressing culture while interpreting.
Saturday, June 24, 1:00 p.m. (CST)
"Specialization. The context unknown for translators in technical translations. Case study in the mining industry"
Nora Fiorini, M.A., English-Spanish translator
In this webinar, Nora Fiorini will use a case study in mining industry translation to examine issues of context and implicit knowledge. She will discuss the main pros and cons of specialization in translation in general, and for the mining industry in particular. Translation examples/vocabulary and mining theory will be provided. Participants will practice examples of English to Spanish mining texts.
Registration is open for these sessions. Registration is $20 per session for MATI members ($30 for non-members). Webinars are scheduled to run for one hour, including time for Q&A. When attended live, each webinar is approved for 1 CEU toward ATA and WI Court Interpreter certification requirements. Certificates will be awarded upon completion. Webinar recordings will be available for registrants who are not able to attend the webinar live. Please stay tuned for more details and additional webinar announcements.
NEW! Recordings of past webinars are now up on the MATI website!
Through the new "Archived Webinar" function, you will have access to a year’s worth of webinars. Visit the archive page and let the retroactive online learning begin!