Official Document Translation: Creating an Important Translation Specialty
In highly multicultural countries such as Canada and many others, thousands of immigrants arrive in the country each year, bringing foreign qualifications and other documents for accreditation in their adopted home. For translators, the translation of these foreign language documents can comprise a unique niche for translators seeking a new specialty area. This course is 60 minutes.
-translators interested in working in the official document specialty
-experienced translators looking for tips on techniques in translating official documents
This course will provide information on translation techniques for official documents, sources of official document translation work, and sample templates from a variety of countries, focusing in particular, however, on Latin America and North America.
There are no prerequisits for this course.
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Price: 15.00 USD
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