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Language Line workshop

Language Line, the phone interpreting service of the DepartmentLanguage Line logo of Internal Affairs, is organising a workshop for professional translators and interpreters. Those of you located in the Wellington region might be interested in attending.

As an interpreter/translator, are you marketing yourself effectively?Could your interpreting/translation business do with a tune-up?

If you are an interpreter/translator or wish to be one soon, you are warmly invited to a professional development seminar which will give you information about developing your practice.

Where:       Level 1, TSB Building, 46 Waring Taylor Street, Wellington
When:        Saturday 16th November 2013
Time:          9:00am – 1:00pm

It is free to attend and lunch is included along with plenty of networking opportunities. Please tell your interpreting/translating friends about this event.

Click here for more information and register!

Contact the Language Line team on language.line@dia.govt.nz or 0800 656 656.

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