31 May - 1 June 2022 | Brighton and online
After going online in 2021 we are looking forward to another first in 2022 - a hybrid conference.
The ITI Conference 2022 will be held in person at The Grand Hotel in Brighton, as well as online for those unable to make it to the English south coast.
However you choose to join us though, it promises to be a packed two-day programme. We'll have inspiring and thought-provoking presentations and seminars across four tracks, one of which is dedicated entirely to interpreting, making the conference an unmissable opportunity for translators and interpreters to meet, learn and share new ideas.
Embracing change, emerging stronger
Our conference theme will focus on how the translation and interpreting profession has changed in an unprecedented way over the past two years.
We will explore how we can rise to these challenges and embrace the changes that they have brought with them, enabling us all to emerge stronger into the future.
Looking forward to being together again
We've all missed networking with fellow translators and interpreters in person over the last 18 months, so for those attending in Brighton we'll be making sure there are plenty of opportunities for you to meet up with old friends and make new contacts - whether at the pre-conference reception on 30 May, over lunch or coffee during conference, at your own ITI Network event, or during the Corporate showcase. There will also be lots of fringe events to take part in, and on the evening of 31 May we will be hosting our Gala Dinner when the ITI Awards will be presented.
Your safety will be our priority
The safety and welfare of our in-person conference attendees will be our priority as we move forward with planning the event. We will be working closely with our venue, The Grand Hotel, to ensure that all relevant protocols in relation to COVID-19 are in place to adhere to government guidelines at the time of the conference. More details of these measures will be available when booking your ticket.
Planning in changing times
In organising the conference we too are having to embrace change and make plans in what remain very uncertain times. We are still working on the details of how the hybrid conference format will work and what the online offering will look like. We hope to be able to share these plans with you later in the autumn.