As a membership body, ITI’s core strength lies in its members and the Institute seeks to provide plenty of opportunity for members to network and gather together in groups.
The groups that cover the regions and nations of the United Kingdom are ITI’s grassroots. Staffed entirely by volunteers, they organise regular events and meet-ups so that members can network and learn from each other, or even just enjoy some social company.
The ITI International Network is open to all ITI members who reside outside of the UK.
ITI also has a range of language, subject and skill-oriented networks, which largely act as an online means for members who are spread throughout the UK and the rest of the world to communicate with fellow professionals in their field, to exchange ideas, seek advice and sometimes simply pass the time of day.
To join a network or regional group, simply contact its coordinator!
ITI has a very well-developed system of networks and regional groups.There are networks for a range of languages, some of them single-language groups, others covering a group of languages. There are also subject networks, for translators working in particular fields of expertise, such as the Medical network, while the Interpreters’ network represents the interests of interpreters in ITI. Finally there are the ITI regional groups which, together with associated regional organisations, not affiliated to the ITI but sharing information and jointly publicising events and services offered to their members, give members an opportunity to meet up locally.
ITI has groups that cover the regions and nations of Great Britain. These groups are ITI's grassroots, and they give members an opportunity to meet locally with other translators and interpreters, to learn, exchange ideas or simply enjoy each others' company.
if you are based outside of the UK please contact the ITI International Network