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Helen Robertson FITI

 

Helen Robertson (MA, DipVocTech, MBA, DipM, FITI, FCIM, NGTV) started out as a professional translator over 30 years ago. She translates from German and Dutch (occasionally also French) to English and specialises in business subjects including promotional work and books. Helen’s career initially took her to Germany, where her main employers were optics and precision engineering company Carl Zeiss and management consultancy McKinsey & Company, Inc. After completing her MBA at the Manchester Business School she set up her own translation company in 1992. She was the coordinator of Yorkshire Translators and Interpreters for many years and has had several roles in ITI at the national level, including being the first Chair of the Appeals Panel. She has written several articles on business issues for the ITI Bulletin in the past and also given talks and webinars to T&I professionals and students.

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As a new freelancer, finding and working with clients is so much easier when you're equipped with the tools and knowledge the SUFT course provides. If you're unsure how to get started as a freelance translator, start with this course!  

             

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I have been very impressed with the quality and depth of the material provided on this course, both via webinars and supporting information - and we’re only a week in!


I have attended many, many courses over the years, and I would struggle to think of one which represents better value for money than SUFT. Having completed an MSc in Translation Studies, and with a career in IT behind me, I thought this course would simply help me ensure I was plugging the odd gap, but it is already clearly much more valuable than that

 

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