Translation Workshop (by ATTB)
Thread poster: ABTT

ABTT
Bulgaria
Local time: 09:30
English to Bulgarian
+ ...
Jan 8, 2006

This workshop is designed for aspiring bilinguals who want to pursue a career as freelance translators in Bulgaria. This 8-week part-time program focuses on hands-on translation practice between Bulgarian and English or German, depending on the chosen language stream . Topics covered are as follows:

· Introduction to translation practice

· Contrastive analysis of the Bulgarian syntax and English or German syntax

· Editing techniques

· Review of hardware and software needed for translators

· Overview of the translation market in Bulgaria

· How to build a client base

· Pricing and time management for freelance translators

· Certification in Bulgaria

Admission Requirements

· College diploma or higher education

· Advanced level of reading and writing in English or German and Bulgarian

· Access to and knowledge of Internet and email

For more information send email to Association of Technical Translators of Bulgaria (ATTB): attb@dir.bg


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