Organised by Imperial College London
Date: July 2013
French, Italian, Polish, Spanish
The course provides a theoretical framework for translators and researchers in the area of AVT as well as valuable hands-on training with audiovisual material taken from different authentic contexts.
It includes 36 hours of intensive training and a tutorial.
- Subtitling for the deaf and the hard-of-hearing
- Elements of audio description for the blind and the partially sighted
- Working knowledge of WinCAPS subtitlingsoftware
The course directors are established trainers and
researchers with close links to the industry and an
encompassing knowledge of AVT.
Imperial College has a very well equipped multimedia
Translation Lab with state-of-the-art facilities. You will work
with audiovisual digital material and will have unlimited
access to computers, video and DVD viewing facilities,
translation software, and professional subtitling
workstations to allow you to work independently on your
You must either be a professional translator or have already
received some training in translation.
Certificate of Completion:
At the end of the course, you will receive a Certificate of
Completion, provided that attendance has been
satisfactory and you have completed your course projects.
The course fee is £625.
The application deadline is 3rd May 2013.