Working languages: French to English Italian to English
Alison Curran Technical, IT and tourism experience
Local time: 08:50 BST (GMT+1) Native in
Freelance translator and/or interpreter, Verified site user This person has a SecurePRO™ card. Because this person is not a ProZ.com Plus subscriber, to view his or her SecurePRO™ card you must be a ProZ.com Business member or Plus subscriber. Translation, Editing/proofreading
Specializes in: Automotive / Cars & Trucks Mechanics / Mech Engineering Tourism & Travel IT (Information Technology) Computers (general) Computers: Systems, Networks Internet, e-Commerce Business/Commerce (general) Cooking / Culinary Art, Arts & Crafts, Painting
Also works in: Telecom(munications) Computers: Hardware Computers: Software Food & Drink Real Estate Marketing / Market Research General / Conversation / Greetings / Letters Other
PRO-level points: 36, Questions answered: 36, Questions asked: 27 Master's degree - University of Exeter Years of translation experience: 16. Registered at ProZ.com: Feb 2007. N/A French to English (University of Exeter, verified) Italian to English (University of Exeter, verified) ITI Adobe Acrobat, Adobe Photoshop, Frontpage, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, Powerpoint, SDL TRADOS English (DOC) Trainings Alison Curran endorses ProZ.com's Professional Guidelines (v1.0).
Tourism, Business, Information Technology
Translation experience in travel, tourism and information technology, particularly network and Internet security.
Travel industry experience as MD of European tour operator.
Associate of Institute of Translating and Interpreting.
MA in Applied Translation. BA Hons in French with Italian
Continuously updated antivirus, privacy and firewall software for Internet security.
Residence abroad: Switzerland 1 year.
Keywords: tourism, hotels, restaurants, travel, computers, software, hardware, security, internet, networking, craft, dressmaking, knitting, needlework, Trados, anti virus software, firewall, tourisme, logiciel, materiel, couture, tricot
Profile last updated Nov 7, 2013