The Department of Language and Linguistic Science is pleased to announce that our second CPD course in Forensic Speech and Audio Analysis will run from 27-29 March 2017.
Following a highly successful initial course in September 2016, the course allows participants to gain an understanding of both the theory and practice of forensic speech and audio analysis. In addition to being introduced to underlying concepts and principles, participants will gain hands-on experience of analysing real casework recordings.
The Department of Sociology at the University of York is delighted to be continuing the series of short courses in conversation analysis (CA), to be held in York. Four courses will be offered in 2016/17.
You can find further information at: http://www.york.ac.uk/sociology/shortcourses
The Department of Language and Linguistic Science is hosting the second AIIC course in consecutive note-taking for professional interpreters who wish to consolidate their note-taking techniques.
The course will be led by Helen Campbell, a former staff member of the Directorate-General for Interpretation of the European Commission (DG SCIC) and a highly qualified and experienced interpreter trainer.
For more practical information on the course please download the PDF: Consecutive Note-taking course - practical info (PDF , 417kb)
To register please go to AIIC website http://aiic.net/events/
For practical arrangements in York and advice on travel and accommodation please contact York facilitators:
For more information on the course, please contact:
- Svetlana Carsten (email@example.com)