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SDL Trados Studio 2019 Getting Started Part 1: Translating

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Cara Piraino  Identity Verified
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Level 1 Certification exam Apr 8, 2020

Hello, does this course sufficiently prepare students for the SDL Trados Studio Level 1 Certification exam, and is that exam included in the course fee? Thanks!

 

Helen Shepelenko
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Level 1 Certification exam Apr 9, 2020

Cara Piraino wrote:

Hello, does this course sufficiently prepare students for the SDL Trados Studio Level 1 Certification exam, and is that exam included in the course fee? Thanks!


Hi Cara,

Indeed, this course includes full access to training materials, the Manual and certification exams at sdl.com. ProZ.com is the approved SDL Trados Training center for online training sessions.

Hope this helps. Let me know if you need anything else.

Kind regards,
Helen


 


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