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Starting work as a translator or an interpreter

Event Date: 
Saturday, 8 June 2013 -
9:00am to 4:00pm
Location: 
University of Westminster

An event arranged jointly by the Institute of Translation and Interpreting and the University of Westminster, with support from the National Networks for Translation and for Interpreting.
ARE YOU INTERESTED IN WORKING AS A TRANSLATOR OR INTERPRETER, BUT UNSURE HOW TO START?
This one-day event should answer questions on:

  • the qualities and skills you need to work as a translator or interpreter
  • how to get organised – and where to find help
  • breaking through the ‘no experience = no work’ barrier
  • pricing and financial aspects of being a translator or interpreter

There will be a question-and-answer session and time for networking. Coffee/tea/biscuits will be served in the refreshment breaks. Please bring your own lunch, which you can take to the Networking area set aside for this purpose; alternatively, sandwiches and snacks can be bought at one of the many cafés and fast food outlets on Regent Street.
To book your free place, please complete the booking form at swatilondon.eventbrite.co.uk
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