The outcomes of the first stages of the project are used to implement training sessions, which enable university teachers from recently introduced translator training programmes or teachers in existing programmes to confront their practices or expectations with that of other experienced translator trainers. There is a core programme, based on the translator trainer profile devised by the EMT working group under Yves Gambier and Nike Pokorn, and sections focusing on specific areas of competence according to the team in charge of the workshops.

 

The first training session took place at Jagiellonian University, on February 15-16th, 2013. 31 academics from 16 universities attended the training sessions.

Trainers: Elisabeth Lavault-Olléon (Université Stendhal Grenoble 3),  Marcel Thelen (Hogeschool Zyud) and Daniel Linder (Universidad de Salamanca.

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Plovdiv University hosted the second training of trainers session, on February 21-22nd, 2013. 23 academics from 11 universities attended the training sessions. Trainers:

Anca Greere (Babes-Bolyai University), Anne-Marie Robert (Aix-Marseille Université / Société française des traducteurs) and Daniel Toudic (Université Rennes 2).

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The third training of trainers session was held at Institut Libre Marie Haps, Brussels, on March 1-2, 2013. 35 academics from26 universities attended the training sessions. Trainers:

Dorothy Kenny (Dublin city University), Andrew Rothwell (Swansea university) and Sonia Vandepitte (Hogeschool Ghent).

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The fourth training session was organized in Tallinn on April 19-20th, 2013. Trainers: Yves Gambier (Turku University) and Nike Pokorn (University of Ljubljana).
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With the support of the Lifelong Learning Programme of the European Union.

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