Getting Started as a Freelance Translator: starts next Wednesday

The fall session of my four-week online course Getting Started as a Freelance Translator starts next Wednesday (September 6), and is open to beginning translators in any language combination. This course includes self-paced video lessons, eight live question and answer sessions (recordings provided if you can’t attend live), and individual feedback on your weekly homework assignments. You can also e-mail me whenever you want during the course, to make sure that you complete the session with all the tools you need to launch and run a successful freelance translation business. During the course, you’ll create a translation-targeted resume and cover e-mail, marketing plan, rates and billable hours sheet, and online presence plan.

I’ve been teaching this class for over 10 years (with significant technological upgrades over the years!), and past students have commented:

“Neither in my undergraduate classes in education nor in some of the more practical classes I took as part of my MA in English (including the course connected to my assistantship as a writing consultant) did I ever experience one course that delivered as much precise and helpful information as this course.”

“I had a big increase in income the year after I took Corinne’s course and I attribute a large portion of that success to Corinne. I could not think of a better way to give your freelancing career a big boost than taking her course. Very inspirational, very valuable information, great program all-round!”

Registration is $395 ($15 discount for ATA members), and all of the 2016 sessions of this course sold out. You can register for the September session here.

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