interpreter wanabe
Thread poster: iman70
iman70
Local time: 18:56
English to Arabic
Dec 14, 2004

hi.I would like to know if it is possible to start a career in iterpretation with my qualifications:bachelor in science,an MBA student,I have attended a 2 week long intensive simulataious interpretation course and found out it is the job for me. How can i persue this as a career?thanx

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Local time: 17:56
Member (2002)
Spanish to English
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Not too sure about your combination Dec 29, 2004

but the road is long and quite hard. There are several ways. One is attending a Master's in interpretation (scout for schools with respected practitioners as teachers), and another way is getting trained in an official capacity (with such government 'client' organizations as Defense, Tourism, Justice, etc., who usually have training staff in case they need new people; they usually have qualification criteria). On the basis of what you say, I can't offer any more ideas.

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