September 2018

Mon106:00 pm Legal terminology for linguists 4: Offences of dishonesty

Legal terminology is very specific – you either know it and understand it or you don’t.  Get it wrong and not only your client gets it wrong, your ability to get more jobs can be [MORE]

Thu1311:00 am Competing in a Global World (3-part course)

The eCPD Webinar course Competing in a Global World will give you practical tools to find and retain high value clients. [MORE]

Thu136:00 pm Tablets for Translators, Writers and Language Professionals: a hands-on course

Have you ever wondered whether your tablet could be used for professional purposes, rather than just for reading, online shopping or browsing the web? [MORE]

Mon176:00 pm Legal terminology for linguists 5: Offences of violence

Legal terminology is very specific – you either know it and understand it or you don’t.  Get it wrong and not only your client gets it wrong, your ability to get more jobs can be [MORE]

Mon246:00 pm Legal terminology for linguists 6: Sexual offences

Legal terminology is very specific – you either know it and understand it or you don’t.  Get it wrong and not only your client gets it wrong, your ability to get more jobs can be [MORE]

October 2018

Thu117:00 pm Data Protection and Online Privacy for Language Professionals (Part 1)

Our private and professional lives happen increasingly online. However, we often compromise our privacy and put the integrity of data and information at risk. [MORE]

Thu187:00 pm Data Protection and Online Privacy for Language Professionals (Part 2)

In the second webinar we offer advanced tips and tricks to increase your security along with ways to set up your own “private cloud” and more…. [MORE]