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NEWS

ONLINE COURSES FOR TRANSLATORS

I am offering 13 short courses especially designed for official public translators (in Brazilian Portuguese), but which may also be of interest to other professionals. They are:

  • Digital Certification for Official Public Translations

  • Digital Certification for Official Public Translations (with support)

  • PROPOSAL of Digital Certification for Books of Translations

  • Apostille

  • Apostille (full version)

  • Brazilian Portuguese for Translators

  • Brazilian Portuguese for Translators (with personalized training)

  • Introduction to Trados Studio 2015 for Official Public Translators

  • Introduction to Trados Studio 2015 for Official Public Translators (1 hour) + 1 hour of personalized support

  • How to advertise your work as an official public translator (Marketing)

  • How to prepare price estimates for official public translations

  • SISCOSERV for translators who export their services

  • JUCEMG Guidelines to Prepare Official Public Translations

  • Consultancy for Translators

These courses are broadcasted through YouTube. The participant can watch them during a 7-day period. The slides presented in the courses are sent to the participants, together with a certificate.

ENROLL HERE (only in Brazilian Portuguese)

 

HOW TO CARE FOR YOUR DOCUMENTS

 

Here are some simple tips, from an official translator's point of view, on what to do and what not to do with your documents:

  • Do not fold your documents. With the passing of time, documents end up tearing apart exactly along these folds.

  • If your document is already torn, do not use adhesive tape on it. As time passes, the tape loosens and the document becomes irreversibly stained.

  • Do not secure your documents with paper clips. They become rusty and the documents can become stained.

  • Keep your documents in a folder with individual sheet protectors. In case you need to transport them, take only the documents you need and put them in a plastic folder. After you return, put them back in the folder with individual sheet protectors.

  • Never laminate your documents. Lamination prevents the placing of stamps and apostilles; thus, it will be necessary to make a second copy. If you are abroad, this will cause many problems. Instead, protect them in a folder with individual sheet protectors. There are specific plastic bags for ID cards, driver's licenses and passports.

 

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