CATI Webinar –
Speaking While They Speak:
Tips to Enhance Your Simultaneous Interpreting Skills
Presented by Gabriella Siebach
Saturday, December 10th from 11:00am to 12:15pm EST
During our recent conference our members asked for a performance-based workshop or webinar that would allow them to hone their interpreting skills. So, we provided this webinar to fill that request.
Focus Area: Interpreting
Although the codes of ethics and standards of practice that guide and direct our practice advise us to “[disclose] skill limitations with respect to particular assignments” and to “accurately represent [our]… training and pertinent experience,” stakeholder expectations and market needs have forced many of us to attempt simultaneous interpreting using our instinct and consecutive skills to guide our practice. In this interactive presentation, participants will have an opportunity to explore the mysteries of simultaneous interpreting and learn new ways to continuously develop and enhance their skills in one of the most challenging modes of interpreting.
By the end of this presentation the participants will:
1. Describe the primary elements of simultaneous interpreting that distinguish this mode from other modes of interpreting;
2. Identify the area in which their simultaneous interpreting technique needs the most improvement;
3. Apply one strategy to enhancing and/or developing their simultaneous interpreting skills.
Free for CATI Members
Non-CATI Member fee – $25.00
Registered participants will have access to the recording through Jan. 15, 2023.
CEU’s – 1 ATA credit, other credits pending
Gabriela Siebach, Director of Interpreting Services at Cesco Linguistic Services, has accumulated more than 15 years of professional experience as a linguist, interpreter, translator, trainer, coach, and mentor. She has spearheaded the development of multiple training and assessment programs throughout her career. Gabriela holds a graduate degree in Spanish translation and interpretation from the world-renowned Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey. A former Board member of the National Council on Interpreting in Health Care (2019-2021), she currently leads various Council initiatives as Chair of the Policy, Education & Research Committee. Gabriela also Co-chairs the American Association of Interpreters and Translators’ Job Task Analysis Committee and is a member of the American Translators Association, the Carolina Association of Translators and Interpreters, and ASTM.