Memory Techniques for Interpreters

25.00 inc. VAT

This course is about various memory techniques that can be used in consecutive interpreting to improve your performance and make interpreting less stressful.

When working as a consecutive interpreter one often has to memorise and recall long passages of speech, sometimes up to five minutes in duration. Experienced interpreters can deal with speeches that last up to ten minutes! How do they do this?

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Students’ feedback:

“This training was very informative and well presented. I am always trying to improve my memory, and much appreciated your course.”

“I enjoyed this course and found it really interesting. I have already known the Memory Palace technique, but I would have never imagined using it for Consecutive. Thanks for the opportunity to learn something new.”

“It is such a great opportunity to learn new memory techniques! I am a new interpreter and your techniques really helped me and will be useful in the near future.”