SPAIN 2018: Interpreter Professional Development Training
REAL CENTRO UNIVERSITARIO “MARIA CRISTINA”
San Lorenzo de El Escorial (Madrid)
MAY 12 – 20, 2018
State Continuing Education Credits Approved:
Florida (18 credits) 14.4 CEAA# 16-0114 + Ethics 3.6 CEAA# 12-0038
Wisconsin (15 credits): 12 General + 3 Ethics; New Mexico 15 CEUs #NMFY2017
Colorado 15 credits CEAA# 051701; Pennsylvania 15 CEUs;
Texas (11.5 hours): 8.5 General + 3 Ethics) # LCI 2017115; Nevada (15 CEUs) NVCE02222017
We are proud to announce that the prestigious, Real Centro Universitario “Maria Cristina,” an affiliate of the renown Universidad Complutense de Madrid, has signed a Collaboration Agreement with InterpreterTranslation.com, LLC and granted Academic Approval for the Spain 2017 Interpreter Training Program!
This year, all courses will be held at RCU “Maria Cristina.” Upon completion, this Spanish university will issue its official “Certificado de Estudios” to each participant.
In 2018, Prof. Karen Borgenheimer, MFA, will be joining forces with Dr. Susana San Cristobal, professor at the RCU “Maria Cristina” Law School, to present: “Demystifying Criminal Legal Codes: Spanish Civil Law vs US Common Law.”
For Program Description: http://www.interpretertranslation.com/spain-travel-conference/
Join us for an awesome Interpreter Training experience near Madrid, Spain, the country that brought the Spanish language to the Americas!
Enhance your skills in the birthplace of the Spanish language!”
Visiting the “Mother Land” is the perfect way to improve your interpreting skills. You’ll benefit from intense practice and you’ll add new dimensions to your Translation and Interpreting skills via an in-depth study of the Spanish Civil Law System and its implication on US Common Law.
This eight-day adventure to Madrid and the surrounding area is tailored for the professional Spanish interpreter. All courses are pending approval for Continuing Education Credit through several State Courts and will qualify for credit in most Consortium Member States throughout the USA.
San Lorenzo de El Escorial
Nestled in the Guadarrama Mountains just 45 kilometers (28 miles) northwest of Madrid is the small town of San Lorenzo de El Escorial, home of the Monastery of San Lorenzo, an amazing feat of 16th Century architecture built by King Phillip II. This complex is considered by many to be the eighth wonder of the world.
King Phillip II also envisioned El Escorial as an educational center, and today San Lorenzo de El Escorial is home to the private university, the Real Centro Universitario “María Cristina,” professional conference centers and meeting rooms at the Hotel Florida and EuroForum along with numerous public and private schools.
In keeping with this long tradition of educational excellence, it is fitting that InterpreterTranslation.com, LLC hold its second Interpreter Training Conference in San Lorenzo de El Escorial.
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EASY PAYMENT PLANS AVAILABLE!
- 8-night stay at the Hotel Florida
- Two meals per day at the hotel
- 15 hours of Interpreter Professional Development Training at the Real Centro Universitario “Maria Cristina” (RCU) – State CEU’S pending
- Official “Certificado de Estudios” from the Real Centro Universitario “Maria Cristina”
- Madrid Courthouse Visit: Audiencia Nacional
- Transportation to and from the Barajas-Madrid Airport: May 13 8:00 – 9:00, May 21 7:00 am
- Excursions: Segovia (with lunch) and Toledo
Bring a Friend! Special Rates for non-conference Participants!
BOOKING AND PRICING: To book your trip, InterpreterTranslation.com, LLC offers five (5) pricing options:
- SINGLE ROOM + CONFERENCE: TBA per person
- SINGLE ROOM NO CONFERENCE: TBA per person
- DOUBLE ROOM + CONFERENCE: TBA per person
- DOUBLE ROOM NO CONFERENCE: TBA per person
- CONFERENCE ONLY: TBA per person
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PRICES EXCLUDE: Airfare, insurance, additional excursions not outlined in itinerary, personal expenses, phone calls, faxes, laundry service, passport and visa fees, tips and gratuities unless otherwise noted on specific itinerary, museum and other entrance fees, bus and metro fees, non-program entertainment or events, travel and/or airline insurance.