Online Workshop ISO 20108:2017

Online Workshop ISO 20108:2017



The documentation and records provided to the trainees:

– ISO 20108:2017 Certification Scheme
– Complete sample Handbook Structure, which the trainee can use and fill out with their own data later
– A booklet about the explanation of the ISO 20108:2017 requirements, which include the original ISO Standard Requirements (Value $138)
– The complete Zoom voice record of the training sessions
– The accredited i-LICS Certificate (International Localization Certification System) upon passing the final assessment

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In simultaneous interpreting, sound input is the interpreter’s most important source of information. The image of the speaker and of all visual materials used in the conference is almost as important.
New technologies permit different forms of audio and video signals and are now being used increasingly to transmit sound and image to interpreters. Their quality determines the conditions of the interpreters’ work. The transmission mode of sound and image is therefore vital and requirements should be standardized.


This course sets out requirements for the quality and transmission of sound and image input to interpreters and specifies the characteristics of the audio and video signals. The components of typical interpreting systems are specified in ISO 20109. Together with either permanent (see ISO 2603) or mobile (see ISO 4043) booths, these interpreting systems form the interpreters’ working environment. In addition to setting out the requirements for on-site interpreting, where participants (speakers and members of the audience) and interpreters are at the same location, this course specifies requirements for different varieties of distance interpreting situations in which the interpreters are not at the same location as one or more of the conference participants.
This course also addresses the work of manufacturers and providers of simultaneous interpreting equipment and technical staff.
In conjunction with either ISO 2603 or ISO 4043, this course and ISO 20109 provide the relevant requirements both for the quality and transmission of sound and image provided to interpreters and for the equipment needed in the booths, the conference room, and the distant site(s).



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