Internationally recognised as Europe's largest dedicated event for languages, the Language Show is the leading exhibition for language learners, teachers, and everyone who loves languages.
CIOL will be exhibiting at Stand D16 - join us there to meet the CIOL team and find out about the benefits of professional membership and qualifications.
As an official Language Partner of the Language Show, CIOL will be holding seminars and workshops during the show.
Visit Language Show 2018 for more information.
Dates and time:
Friday 9 November 2018, 10:00am – 6:00pm
You might also be interested in some of the seminars and talks from our speakers and CIOL members
Marketing toolkit for translators, Vasiliki Prestidge MCIL CL and Jaquelina Guardamagna MCIL
A seminar for translators and interpreters who would like to learn how to successfully market themselves and their businesses to attract more clients.
Friday 9 November, 4:45pm-5:30pm
Translators in the digital era – what kind of jobs will we have ten years from now?
CIOL’s Vice-Chair of Council Dr Reza Navaei FCIL Chartered Linguist takes part in the latest European Commission’s Translating Europe workshop in which industry experts will set out how new technologies are changing the profession and discuss how they think the role of the human translator will evolve alongside that of machines over the next decade. Organised in collaboration with the Chartered Institute of Linguists and the Institute of Translation and Interpreting.
Saturday 10 November, 11:30am-1:15pm
Real Lives: languages for emergencies and real life situations
Nick Mair, Director of Languages at Dulwich College presents CIOL’s exciting new school language exams for Year 10
Saturday 10 November, 1:30pm-2:15pm
Amazing careers in languages
Michael Wells MCIL CL leads a panel discussion with four other professional linguists and finds out how they use their languages in different and fascinating walks of life.
Saturday 10 November, 4:30pm-5:15pm
Living the dream – working as a legal and business interpreter
Sue Leschen FCIL CL, lawyer-linguist, on what it takes and how to get there, taking in training, CPD, earnings, availability of work, job satisfaction and useful resources.
Saturday 10 November, 5:30pm-6:00pm
What it takes to be a Public Service Interpreter
Eulalia Pessoa-White MCIL CL, freelance interpreter and translator for Police Forces, Courts, HMRC etc, takes you through what might happen, from court in the morning to working for the police in the evening.
Sunday 11 November, 1:30pm-2:15pm