13 Nov 2018

ITI South West Regional Group

Tell us about the South West Regional Group

ITI South West primarily covers the Devon and Cornwall area but we also have members living in West Somerset and West Dorset. There are currently about 35 members in the group and we span the full spectrum of career stages, from newcomers to colleagues with thirty plus years' experience.

What sort of events do you organise?

We usually arrange a meal out in January, a walk in May, and a professional-focused meeting in the autumn. 2021 will be a bit different with Zoom socials, an online Terminology workshop in June and the hope of organising some small, outdoor meetups in the second half of the year. In recent years we have also held sessions on marketing and finding clients, freelance dilemmas and IT tools for translators.

Why should I join? 

Join us to get to know other translators and interpreters in the area to meet socially, ask questions in a supportive atmosphere and share experiences on a wide range of professional matters. In addition to our three main events, we publish a six-monthly newsletter plus an annual contact list so members can find and arrange to meet informally with those colleagues living nearest to them — this is invaluable as we cover such a wide geographic area. 

Contact us

To find out more please email Claire Thompson.

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