Co-working: Does it make SENSE?

From 11 October 2019 17:30 until 11 October 2019 18:30
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Are you co-working already? Or does the mere thought of it send shivers up your spine? And whatever you think about co-working, how could it enhance your work as a language professional?

This year's Free Lecture will be given by SENSE member Lloyd Bingham from the UK. In Co-working: Does it make SENSE?, Lloyd will explain the concept of co-working and talk about the benefits of co-working with fellow editors and translators as well as with professionals from other sectors. He will share examples of existing co-working models in the UK from inside and outside our profession, with a view to determining whether SENSE members can replicate a similar setup in the Netherlands.

About Lloyd Bingham: 

Lloyd runs Capital Translations in Cardiff, Wales, translating marketing, business, education, technology and legal texts from Dutch, German, French and Spanish into English. In addition to being a member of SENSE since 2018, he is a qualified member of ITI and a committee member of ITI Cymru Wales. Lloyd has co-worked in different formats and at various venues since 2015.

 

Programme

17:00 to 17:30 Doors open (tea, coffee & biscuits available)
17:30 to 18:30 Lecture
18:30 to 19:00 Time to chat over tea and coffee

Sworn translators please note that this event is worth 1 PE point.

As the lecture is relatively late in the day, we will not be organizing informal drinks and snacks afterwards. However, there is a café opposite De Eenhoorn for anyone who wants to have a drink, and a Chinese restaurant if anybody wants to stay on for a meal.  

This event is free to attend for SENSE members. Non-members can purchase a ticket for €40 that includes membership for the remainder of 2019.

Places are limited, so make sure you reserve yours by registering now!