Welcome to the ITI Polish Network, connecting translators and interpreters across the UK, Europe, and beyond. Join our community for valuable insights, networking opportunities, and support from fellow language professionals.

Our mission

The purpose of our network is to encourage closer, mutually beneficial links between professional translators and interpreters who work with English and Polish. We aim to be a friendly, supportive and professional community and to become a focal point for sharing information of interest to Polish linguists. We seek to promote the highest standards in the profession.

What we offer

  • CPD events – a range of workshops not limited to, but with a primary focus on the Polish language.
  • Members’ forum – online space for our members to come together, exchange experiences, advice and sometimes even projects.
  • Mentoring scheme – available at no extra cost in a range of topics from language skills to running your own business.
  • Peer learning opportunities – translation revision club with EN>PL and PL>EN groups.
  • Newsletter – written for our members by our members.
  • Social and cultural gatherings: Polish book club, Polish film club, revision club and other social events.
“Taking part in panels, book clubs, the revision club, and a translation slam - all these opportunities have been really interesting and helped me develop my speaking and presentation skills, as well as hone my translation skills.”

Kate Webster, member since 2020

Our committee

Get in touch

For more information about joining or any other enquiries please email us at: [email protected]

Find us on social media

Twitter: https://twitter.com/ITIPolishNetwrk
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/itipolishnetwork/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/itipolishnetwork/


All ITI members adhere to the professional Code of conduct

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