Do You Know and Understand Your French Insurance Terminology?

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$35 (Free with the Plus package)

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Duration

76 minutes

Learning Objectives

Students will take away a good general ground work in French insurance terminology and a specialised knowledge of specific areas such as health, vehicle and property insurance Students will find that they are more confident after the course to access jobs in the French insurance market.

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Do you know and understand your French insurance terminology? Join us for an interactive and instructive session! Case studies of specific terminology re health, vehicle and property insurance Do the course and feel more confident about your next insurance translation job!
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Section 1: General terminologyClaim form
Claimant
Cover
Excess
Insurance broker
Insurance premium
Insured
No claims discount
Policy
Risk
Third partySection 2: Medical Insurance terminologyAccident
Carte vitale
Personal injury
Pre – existing health condition
(This section will also include an explanation about the French Social Security System)Section 3: Car insurance terminologyCash for crash claims
Comprehensive cover
Cover note
Road traffic accident
Third party fire and theft
Uninsured driver
Section 3: Home insurance terminology
Contents
Force majeure
New for old value
Structure

Upload Date

September 21, 2016

Trainer Bio

sue leschen - Sue Leschen is a lawyer - linguist and is also the Director of Avocate a niche market legal and commercial French interpreting and translation business based in Manchester, UK. She is a hands - on interpreter and translator herself - been there, got the T Shirt! She is a member of the Council of the Chartered Institute of Linguists and also of the Professional Conduct Committees of the Institute of Translation and Interpreting, the National Register of Public Service Interpreters and also of the National Registers of Communication Professionals working with Deaf Blind persons. Sue is also a member of the Association of Police and Court Interpreters and also of the International Association of Professional Interpreters and Translators. Sue believes in the need for professionally qualified, experienced and security vetted language professionals and she writes and lectures widely on professional conduct and standards. She is also an independent trainer and presents Business Clinic Support sessions as well as sessions on legal terminology support. Like the trainer's pages on Twitter, LinkedIn.

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