Cambridge Conference Interpretation Course now open for enrolment!

October 30, 2012 // From our blog »

Brief announcement

2013: the 29th CCIC is now open for enrolment!

The Cambridge Conference Interpretation Course (CCIC) has run annually since 1985. It is a unique, high-level, specialised training course carefully tailored to the needs of experienced practising conference interpreters. The Course is run by Christopher Guichot de Fortis, Senior Staff Interpreter with NATO Headquarters in Brussels, and Julia Poger, freelance interpreter. The CCIC format is at once intensive yet relaxed, and demanding yet friendly.


The teaching faculty comprises respected and highly experienced interpreters from a variety of backgrounds, ranging from the freelance market on both sides of the Atlantic to staff interpretation for International Institutions. Many are chief interpreters.  The overall student-teacher ratio does not exceed 3 to 1.

2013 session dates

4 August – 17 August

Working languages for this session:

English, French, German, Spanish, Russian, Italian.

Language of general instruction: English.

This course was recommended by a colleague and dear friend of mine so I thought I should share this information with all of you.

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