The Language Show Live opened its doors for the first time at the weekend in Scotland, and CIOL was among the exhibitors at the inaugural show north of the border.
The Home Office has dropped plans to cut the wages of its pool of more than 2,000 interpreters following threats of a mass boycott, which could have brought the system for processing immigration claims across the country to a halt.
The Office of Qualifications and Examinations Regulation (Ofqual) regulates qualifications, examinations and assessments, and has recently replaced its Qualifications and Credit Framework (QCF) with a new framework for developing and regulating...
The Chartered Institute of Linguists (CIOL) has responded to Home Office plans to reduce rates of interpreters' pay through the umbrella group PI4J (Professional Interpreters for Justice).
CIOL is pleased to announce that it has become a partner association of the fifth Translation and Localization Conference which is to take place on 11-12 March 2016 in Warsaw, entitling CIOL members to a 10% discount on the conference fee.
On 25 November, CIOL joined forces with the European Commission, Durham University and ITI for a Translating Europe Regional Workshop on the opportunities and threats of machine translation for professional translators.
On Tuesday 10 November, the Chartered Institute of Linguists and IoL Educational Trust held their annual awards evening in the beautiful surroundings of Lancaster House, London, followed by a reception to celebrate the 10th anniversary of holding...