Translators & Interpreters Public Information Session

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Currently, ATIA is doing outreach in cultural communities which represent a large demographic of the Albertan population but whose interpretation and translation professionals have yet to be certified with our Association. Certification is crucial for official document and legal translations, and to ensure the highest possible standard for final products. All of our members adhere to the best ethical standards in the profession and are actively sought out by clients in government, industry and the public.

Are you interested in becoming a certified translator and/or interpreter? Are you already doing the necessary work of translation and interpretation in your cultural community? Do you want to start the process of certification or learn more about why it is important?

Join the Association of Translators and Interpreters of Alberta (ATIA) for a public Information Session:

Tuesday, December 5, 2017

6:00pm

Jasper Place Edmonton Public Library (9010-156 Street, NW, Edmonton)

At the session we will cover the following subjects:

·         How to get involved in the profession

·         How to serve your community better

·         Why certification matters for professionals

·         The benefits of becoming a certified member of ATIA

·         Career advancement through translation/interpretive services

Refreshments will also be provided. To register, contact ATIA Development Coordinator, Nakita Valerio - development@atia.ab.ca