Structuring Techniques For Consecutive Note-taking

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(3 hrs – 0.3 IMIA/NBCMI CEUs; 3.00 CE hours by CCHI/CEAP) In this 2-hour webinar/workshop we will study structuring techniques to improve the organization and readability of your notes in consecutive interpreting. We will explain the logic behind each structuring technique by means of practical examples as well as exercises that you will complete during and after the presentation. After completing this course you will be able to systematically apply good structuring techniques to take clear and readable notes.



This course is approved for 0.3 CEUs by IMIA/NBCMI (ID: 21-1185) and 3.00 CE hours by CCHI/CEAP (ID: 9692)

1. Structuring Techniques Video Lecture 

In this 2-hour recording you are going to learn the concepts of the following structuring techniques with visual examples and a recorded Q&A: segmentation, spacing, horizontality, verticality, shifting, linking, listing, emphasis, and finishing line.

2. Note-taking practice

After watching the recording, you will have the opportunity to practice what you just learned with 4 audio exercises followed by an answer key/note-taking analysis with the transcription of the suggested notes. You will also be able to share your thoughts in the comment section to discuss your insights with other students and the teacher.

3. Final quiz

In order to obtain a certificate, you will have to pass a 10-questions quiz with at least 70%.

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