Yvette Neisser Moreno wrote:
In a recent thread regarding recommended translation degrees or certifications, a couple of people mentioned something called "IoL." Forgive my ignorance, but could someone please tell me what this is? I, like some others trying to get started as a translator, do not have any official certification and am interested in looking into it.
Best of luck as a translator:-) As a first step, being able to research using the WWW is a key skill, so when you come across something you don't know, use the WWW to help you. For example, you saw how the IOL came up in a translation context, so
Go to GOOGLE
Enter key words
And this is what you get - the answer to your doubt - just a sample here:-)
IoL - Examinations - Diploma in Translation
Not every translation will require translator’s notes. Translator’s notes may appear at the ... Central Registration Department email: firstname.lastname@example.org ...
www.iol.org.uk/qualifications/exams_diptrans.asp - 42k - 1 Feb 2006 - Cached - Similar pages
Institute of Linguists
Latest version of proposed EU translation standards available to IoL members. » Met Test Training and Professional Interpreting Courses ...
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