Our members are our greatest strength, and between them, they possess a wealth of knowledge and experience. Whatever your location, language combination or subject specialism, joining one of our Networks or Regional Groups is an ideal way to build a supportive network of professional colleagues, particularly important if much of your professional life is spent working on your own as a freelancer. We recognise the importance of communication and encourage networking and information exchange as an integral part of our life and culture as an institute.

Our Networks and Regional Groups take different forms, from virtual collectives who exist solely online, to socially active regional groups which meet up regularly. We have sixteen Regional Groups, plus more than twenty Language and Subject Networks. Together with an active presence on social media and discussion forums on the ITI website, they all serve to connect translators and interpreters across the UK and beyond, offering you many benefits, including peer support and advice, discussing new terminologies, posting queries on e-message boards and attending organised events, both social and professional, the latter of which contribute towards your CPD.

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.

Please click below to visit the relevant Network or Regional Group.

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