How to become a translator
What does a translator do?As a language and communication professional, translators help people understand written content that was originally published in a different language.
Duties and tasks
- Answer questions pertaining to differing cultures and languages.
- Assist customers and businesses with differing cultures and languages.
- Convert one spoken or written language to another.
- Ensure adequate understanding of translations.
- Instantaneously interpret and translate vast amounts of information.
- The Australian Institute of Interpreters and Translators (AUSIT)
- The National Accreditation Authority for Translators and Interpreters
Discover related courses
Diploma in Modern Languages
- Chinese Language Major
- French Language Major
- German Language Major
- Indonesian Language Major
- Italian Language Major
- Japanese Language Major
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