School Of Humanities And Communication Arts

Business InterpretingWestern Sydney University Unit Code: 101868.1


Student Contribution Band: 1

Level: 7

Credit Points: 10

Assumed Knowledge
Students should have at least an intermediate level of specialised technical skills necessary for the different modes of interpreting: dialogue, consecutive, simultaneous, and sight translation, before attempting this unit.

101695 Introduction to Interpreting PG

Unit Enrolment Restrictions
Students must be enrolled in a postgraduate course.

About this Unit
The unit builds student skills in different settings of business interpreting, from formal business meetinfs to on-site work in production units to business social activities. Interpreting skills are honed through practice utilising live, media and internet input. The unit also examines the complexity of the interpreter's role and the interrelationship between business ethics and interpreting ethics when interpreters function as members of a business team.

1602.5Graduate Certificate in Interpreting and TranslationCONTINUING
1602.6Graduate Certificate in Interpreting and TranslationCURRENT
1775.1Graduate Diploma in InterpretingCONTINUING
1775.2Graduate Diploma in InterpretingCONTINUING
1775.3Graduate Diploma in InterpretingCURRENT
1777.2Master of Interpreting and TranslationCONTINUING
1777.3Master of Interpreting and TranslationCONTINUING
1777.4Master of Interpreting and TranslationCURRENT
1778.1Graduate Diploma in Interpreting Studies (exit only)CURRENT
1780.3Master of Arts Translation and Interpreting StudiesCURRENT

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