It has been a busy week on the professional development front.
I was away on a one-week course to qualify as a Certified Trainer
for a leading Translation Memory tool
(more news on this soon). My thanks to Tracey and her team for the warm welcome, and for a very professional course.
Meantime, two of my colleagues at Salford Translations Ltd took an online course in "XML and Structured Authoring",
organised by the excellent trainers at Scriptorium. For details see http://www.scriptorium.com/training/class_xml.html
. I took this course as a classroom-based two-day training course back in 2003, so it was interesting to see how it has now been adapted for Webinar delivery. Both Cathy and Mark found the course enjoyable, and both felt they benefitted from the course. Many thanks to Sarah O'Keefe and her team at Scriptorium
, a world-class training company for FrameMaker training and XML stuff (and authors of the occasional books on FrameMaker
, technical authoring and the like).
And I managed to set a new record; bad enough to experience a motorway closure in one direction on my journey. But the M6 was closed again on my way back as well, so I got a full set this time.