May 11, 2016 – eCPD Webinars announced today that is has entered into a partnership with the Portuguese Association of Translators and Interpreters (APTRAD)
The purpose of this partnership is to make all of APTRAD’s workshops and webinars available through the eCPD platform. This follows the very sad news that The Alexandria Library had ceased trading as of the 1st of March, 2016.
“APTRAD could not be happier with the possibility of joining forces on a long-term basis with eCPD, a stronghold in online training and webinars for professional linguists,” said Paula Ribeiro, president of APTRAD
All the videos previously available on The Alexandria Library will now be available through eCPD. Additionally, future webinars run by the Portuguese Association will be managed through this platform with agreed discounts for APTRAD members. Members should request the code directly to APTRAD by writing to email@example.com
APTRAD is currently working on all the practical aspects of this partnership and asks associates to keep an eye out for any news on its website.
“We were delighted to be able to help APTRAD host its remarkable resources for translators working in Portuguese, and I am looking forward to hosting their programme of live webinars in the future,” said Managing Director of eCPD, Lucy Brooks. “Meanwhile you can access the APTRAD Project Management course from our platform by clicking this link.
(Cost £70 for Aptrad members, £100 for non-members. This converts approximately to €90 and €120).
The Portuguese Association of Translators and Interpreters was founded in February 2015 with the aim of creating a dynamic and active professional association in Portugal, facing the need to organise and give credibility to the profession of translators and interpreters. The Association’s motto is “to interpret the present, to translate the future”, under the commitment of developing the professional growth of its associates and support the integration of future professionals in the job market, namely through its mentoring initiative.