Member since Sep '10
French to Dutch
English to Dutch
Portuguese to Dutch
| Freelancer, Verified member |
|Translation, Interpreting, Editing/proofreading, Voiceover (dubbing), Transcription|
|Mechanics / Mech Engineering||Retail|
|Also works in:|
|Business/Commerce (general)||Computers: Software|
|Engineering (general)||Marketing / Market Research|
|Certificates, Diplomas, Licenses, CVs|
| PRO-level points: 8, Questions answered: 3, Questions asked: 19 |
|Master's degree - Hoger Instituut voor Vertalers en Tolken, Antwerp, Belgium; Université de Montréal, Canada|
|Years of translation experience: 19. Registered at ProZ.com: Jul 2008. Became a member: Sep 2010.|
|French to Dutch (Sworn translator, Wbtv, the Netherlands)|
Portuguese to Dutch (Sworn translator, Wbtv, the Netherlands)
French to Dutch (HIVT, University of Antwerp, Belgium, verified)
Portuguese to Dutch (HIVT, University of Antwerp, Belgium, verified)
|Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Office Pro, Microsoft Word, Passolo, SDL TRADOS, SDLX|
| i03 - Introduction to Telephone Interpreting (Teleinterpreting) [download]|
i04 - Healthcare Translation & Interpretation in the USA [download]
Software translation and localization for translators [download]
103 - Legal Terminology: Family Law Terminology [download]
PD 103: Can you learn to become a reviewer? Guidelines and practical steps to perform the job of a reviewer [download]
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Native Dutch (NL) speaker working from French, English and Portuguese. MAs in translation and linguistics (terminology), translator since 1996 (often part-time). Extensive cross-cultural experience (Europe, Africa, Canada), used to working in multilingual teams. Excellent research, editing and analytical skills.
Education: Licentiaat Vertaler
(M.A. in translation), Hoger Instituut voor Vertalers en Tolken
(Higher Institute for Translators and Interpreters) in Antwerp, Belgium, for French and Portuguese
During my translation studies, I also took courses in consecutive and simultaneous interpreting.
M.A. in Linguistics
, with a specialization in Terminology, Université de Montréal
The course work included several translation courses (English to French) and extensive study of lexicology and terminology research and practice.
I worked as a trainee for the European Parliament in Luxembourg, 3 months in the Dutch department and 3 months in the Terminology department.
Terminology research at the Department of Translation and Linguistics of the Université de Montréal, mainly in the fields of Retail and Marketing. I was very involved in the editing stages of the Dictionnaire analytique de la distribution/Analalytical Dictionary of Retailing
by Jeanne Dancette (available online here
). My research project added a Dutch component and commentary to a selection of the terms of this dictionary.
I spent 4 1/2 years in Guinea, West-Africa, where amongst other activities, I translated and interpreted from English to French. I also had the opportunity to learn the Pular language and the Fula culture.
From 2008 to 2009, I worked in the field of Mechanical Engineering, in particular heating technology, editing French manuals and translating from English to French. Since then, I worked on various projects in a freelance capacity
My main working languages are French, Portuguese and English to Dutch.
I also have a good understanding of German and Spanish.
Experience in translation and review of:
Documents for European Commission
General user guides
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Profile last updated
Dec 20, 2013