Institute of Translation & Interpreting (LRG) – University of Westminster Event 2013

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Institute of Translation & InterpretingIn March 2013 Atlas were delighted to attend this popular and well-attended event again. After a quick chat with the other presenters – lovely people from 3 other agencies – we each gave a presentation about the way we worked. It was really interesting to hear other people and compare their experiences in the translation industry. After a quick refreshment break, we sat down for the Q and A session, and I tried to make a note of all the questions asked.

I will be writing up my answers this week – let me know if you would like to add more.

  • What software do I need starting out?
  • How should I let an agency know I am on holiday? There was a general feeling that freelancers let agencies know about their holiday, but still
  • What do you do about really confidential texts?
  • What about documents with a mixture of subject areas?
  • Should I sub-contract work?
  • Can I get subtitling/transcription work?
  • How do I get started and gain experience?
  • Should I have my own website?
  • What are the top 7 languages you work with?
  • Should I increase my number of specialisms?
  • If I translate more than one language, does it put an agency off?


If you’d like to find out more about the ITI’s LRG, have a look at their website


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