Interpreting – free resources for linguists

Continuing in line with our mission and CPD commitment, we’re launching another set of free resources for linguists, this time with the focus on interpreters.

If you’ve seen our previous announcements, for example on legal translation CPD, you’ll know how it works: we ask you to sign up to our resource list and we send out emails with useful resources, such as blogs, articles, courses and videos (free and paid) every 30 days to keep you on the right track with your CPD. There are further mailing lists for financial, business, and science and technology translation which you’ll find by searching for them on our blog spot.

This month we’re presenting interpreting – free resources for linguists:



Once every 30 days you’ll be receiving links to glossaries, articles, blogs and training courses in the area of tools and resources for linguists to support your development as a professional. Here’s a sample of our resources:

How to Pass the United Nations Interpreter Examination – Information about the United Nations interpreter examination, tips on how to study and pass the examination.

LifeinLINCS – a blog by Department of Languages and Intercultural Studies at Heriot-Watt University.

ORCIT – Online Resources for Conference Interpreter Training.

Plus, we’d like to encourage you to share all resources you’ve found useful in comments below. We’re sure that all colleagues would appreciate it!

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