Information about DipTrans for Italian based translators
Thread poster: Angela Monetta

Angela Monetta  Identity Verified
Italy
Local time: 04:08
Member (2006)
English to Italian
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Sep 23, 2019

Hello everybody!
I'm looking for some information about the DipTrans. I already registered on CIOL and read all the information available.
I also found a lot on the Internet, but I noticed that it is mostly dedicated to English native translator.
Any advice for Italian translators? Is this convenient for Italy based translators, working with Italian? I'm thinking of finding a mentor or a course to prepare for the exam, any advice?
Thank you very much for your help!
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Hello everybody!
I'm looking for some information about the DipTrans. I already registered on CIOL and read all the information available.
I also found a lot on the Internet, but I noticed that it is mostly dedicated to English native translator.
Any advice for Italian translators? Is this convenient for Italy based translators, working with Italian? I'm thinking of finding a mentor or a course to prepare for the exam, any advice?
Thank you very much for your help!

Angela
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Laura Gentili  Identity Verified
Italy
Local time: 04:08
Member (2003)
English to Italian
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DipTrans Sep 23, 2019

The DipTrans opens many doors in the UK, I don't think it is so important for potential clients based in other European countries.
If you are interested in the Nord American market, you would need the ATA certification (the DipTrans is hardly known in USA and Canada).
As for the available courses, I took a City University online course but the Italian tutor was not very helpful. I can give you more details in private.
As for preparation, the exam texts are based on newspaper ar
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The DipTrans opens many doors in the UK, I don't think it is so important for potential clients based in other European countries.
If you are interested in the Nord American market, you would need the ATA certification (the DipTrans is hardly known in USA and Canada).
As for the available courses, I took a City University online course but the Italian tutor was not very helpful. I can give you more details in private.
As for preparation, the exam texts are based on newspaper articles, so the best way to prepare is to read and translate a lot of high quality newspaper articles.
If you need more info in private, pls let me know.
Laura
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