From the practice for the practice in the terminology workshop, the participants develop concrete framework conditions for successful terminology management. On the 7th October 2013 the full service provider for technical documentation and translation, the first workshop in the field of translation in the Switzerland organized itl. This is from 9:30 to 17:30 o’clock directly from itl AG Switzerland locally in the HafenCenter instead of Kreuzlingen. In the workshop the participants under the guidance of the supervisor Anja Gorn, itl GmbH, in four work packages specific framework conditions for a success rich terminology management develop. The first work package comprises the terminology initial filling. Is addressed under other following questions: where is terminology? What items are included? How does the formal and linguistic cleansing? The second work package discusses the terminology process in the production of terminology applying the terminology assessment until the release of the terminology.
The third work package deals with Terminology in the translation. In existing systems will be discussed and worked out a process. In the fourth and final work package terminology support by authoring – and terminology management systems and to the questions revolves around: what authoring – and terminology systems are there? What are their advantages and disadvantages? How do systems affect the process? Which system fits best in the company? The workshop aimed in particular at Terminologieverantwortliche, editors, and ubersetzungsverantwortliche in the companies that want to implement a company-wide systematic terminology management and need advice on terminology systems. Learn more about the terminology workshop in Kreuzlingen can be found under: seminars/am-07-10-2013-in Burke terminology for praktiker.html the registration can be done directly via the following online form: seminare/am-07-10-2013-in-kreuzlingen-terminologiearbeit-fuer-praktiker/anmeldung.html#c821 your contact Anja Gorn, M.A.. prAG founded in 1982, employs itl headquartered in Munich and offices and locations in Stuttgart, Cottbus (DE), Vienna, Linz (A), and Kreuzlingen (CH) currently around 100 permanent employees. Among the customers are in other Andritz, BMW, Centrotherm, CLAAS, Daimler, Drager, EPCOS, Frequentis, Giesecke & Devrient, Gigaset, Hafele, KEBA, KTM, Merck, Telefonica Germany GmbH & co. OHG, Rohde & Schwarz, Siemens and many more. Itl’s core competencies include translation, editing, publishing, and consulting, with particular emphasis on the optimization and automation of processes in the life cycle of the document. ITL is active member of the tecom Switzerland, of the society for technical communication STC and of the Association of German machine and plant construction VDMA tekom.