Online Workshop ISO 24019:2022

Online Workshop ISO 24019:2022



The documentation and records provided to the trainees:

– ISO 24019:2022 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 24019:2022 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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Using simultaneous interpreting delivery platforms is relatively new to conference organizers, participants, and interpreters alike. Parameters and conditions for using these platforms in settings where the interpreters are not at the same venue as participants, speakers, signers, or each other are evolving.
In January 2020, ISO/PAS 24019 was published to provide guidance to those developing simultaneous interpreting delivery platforms. At the same time, it was decided that an International Standard was needed to go into more depth regarding the requirements and recommendations for such platforms.
This course covers simultaneous interpreting delivery platforms for spoken and signed language interpreting.
Equipment and facilities for simultaneous interpreting are covered in ISO 2603ISO 4043ISO 20108, and ISO 20109. Conference systems, and their related interpreting systems, are covered in ISO 22259.


This course specifies requirements and recommendations for using simultaneous interpreting delivery platforms at communicative events where interpreters are not at the same venue as participants, speakers, and signers.
In conjunction with ISO 20108, this course also provides requirements and recommendations for ensuring the quality of sound and images and their transmission from speakers and signers to interpreters, and from interpreters to participants, and for the configuration of the interpreter’s working environment.


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