Keeping abreast of changes in translation industry

How to keep abreast of changes in translation industry

I am publishing this blog to remind all our avid readers that you can sign up to one of our lists to receive helpful lists of resources for translators and interpreters.

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In return, we will send you 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.

We have received some excellent feedback from those who have subscribed already. The lists tweetcontain links to places you might not otherwise have found in your own searches, all in one easy-to-access place.

Seven different categories: here they are

The categories are:  business and translation, legal, financial, interpreting, tools and research, creative and literary, medical, science and technology.
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CPD BadgeHere at eCPD we truly believe in helping you achieve your potential. Life is busy, life is expensive, life is hectic. We try to make things a little easier on the continuing education front by providing affordable, convenient learning, along with as much guidance as we are able. All in a mission to enhance the translation profession in the eyes of its practitioners, and more importantly, our clients. This way, we can all keep abreast of changes in translation industry.

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