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ITI Portuguese Network - Profile

The ITI Portuguese Group tell us about themselves in this profile

Tell us about the Portuguese Group

We are a language specialist group with around 40 members. We are almost exclusively an online e-group although we do occasionally meet up at other ITI events.

What is the aim of the group?

Our aims are:

– to act as a language network of the ITI and further the interests of ITI;

– to provide a forum for exchanging information of interest to translators and interpreters translating

   or interpreting into/out of Portuguese (both Lusitanian and Brazilian);

– to provide advice and support to members of the network;

– to organise professional development events;

– to promote cooperation and social contacts between members;

– to help work providers find appropriate translators/interpreters for their needs.  

What sort of events do you organise?

We chat regularly online, and organise occassional CPD workshops when there is sufficient demand to make them viable.

Why should I join?

Membership gives you access to our e-group for terminology queries and general advice plus information on terminology / culture / practises in the various parts of the Portuguese-speaking world from members with local experience, such as is not always readily available elsewhere.

Contact us

To join, email lavengro.graham@gmail.com (there is currently no membership fee)

Contact: Graham Cross FITI


Please note! Membership of one of our Networks or Regional Groups does not constitute membership of ITI. Click here for more information about how to join ITI. 


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