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About Training for Translators
Since 2006, Training for Translators’ founder Corinne McKay has been teaching freelance translators how to launch and run a freelance business, earn more money, and get more enjoyment out of life as a freelancer. Corinne’s book How to Succeed as a Freelance Translator–now in its third edition, and based on her experience starting a freelance business from the ground up–has sold over 12,000 copies, and her blog, Thoughts on Translation (now the Training for Translators blog) won the ProZ.com Community Choice award for best blog about translation in 2016 and 2018.
Corinne, an American Translators Association-certified French to English translator and a Colorado court-certified French interpreter, started her freelance business from ground zero in 2002. Through trial and error (emphasis on “error” in the early years!), she grew her translation and interpreting work into a thriving, six-figure freelance business. These days, she specializes in international development, corporate communications, and non-fiction book translation, and in court/legal interpreting. Corinne served for seven years on the Board of the American Translators Association, including as ATA president from 2017-2019.
In 2018, after teaching business classes for freelancers for over 10 years, Corinne expanded her offerings into the Training for Translators platform, now serving over 500 students per year in online courses, master classes, and challenge groups. Inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org.