Welcome to the ITI’s East Anglia Network!
We are a small but friendly community of translators and interpreters who are based in East Anglia or have connections with the region. Our network is one of 18 geographical groups affiliated to the Institute of Translation and Interpreting (ITI), the only UK-based independent professional membership association for practising translators, interpreters and language service providers.
As a network, we aim to:
- Provide information, advice and mutual support and assistance to members of the group
- Promote translation and interpreting as a career and provide advice and support to newcomers to the profession
- Provide a forum for the exchange of information of interest to translators and interpreters
- Support members’ professional development via training events and otherwise
- Promote members’ services to work providers
If you are a translation student looking to register for our Translation Business Challenge, check out our dedicated page here.
…interested in joining us?
We’re always happy to welcome new members to our supportive group of like-minded professionals. Find out more about what we have to offer you and how you can join our network here.
…looking for a professional?
If there’s anything else we can help you with or if you have any questions for us, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us. We’d love to hear from you!
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“I love being able to work with both law and languages. The combination of the two ticks all the intellectual boxes in my brain and I find it immensely satisfying.”
“Last year, I worked on my third World Cup, translating match reports and player interviews for fans around the world to enjoy. I love the beautiful game, so being personally involved in a major tournament gives me a real buzz!”