Translator résumé

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A résumé (or resume) in the US is a short, written description of your education, qualifications, and previous jobs, which you send to a potential employer when seeking a job. The UK term for a résumé is a CV, which stands for curriculum vitae, whereas in the US, a CV is a written description of the previous experience of someone seeking employment at a college or university.

A cover letter is a one-page document submitted as part of your job application, alongside your résumé. It acts as a personal introduction and helps explain why you are the best candidate for a specific position. A cover letter complements your résumé; it does not duplicate it.

Learn what a good résumé and cover letter should include or not in order to increase your chances of securing the linguistic projects you desire.

 

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Translator résumé

A résumé (or resume) in the US is a short, written description of your education, qualifications, and previous jobs, which you send to a potential employer when seeking a job. The UK term for a résumé is a CV, which stands for curriculum vitae, whereas in the US, a CV is a written description of the previous experience of someone seeking employment at a college or university.

A cover letter is a one-page document submitted as part of your job application, alongside your résumé. It acts as a personal introduction and helps explain why you are the best candidate for a specific position. A cover letter complements your résumé; it does not duplicate it.

Learn what a good résumé and cover letter should include or not in order to increase your chances of securing the linguistic projects you desire.

About the course

Who is this course for?

This course is for linguists who are new to the translation business and wish to create their application documents from scratch, and for seasoned translators who want to update their application documents and give them a fresh perspective. The goal is to increase your chances of securing the projects you desire from potential clients.

What will I learn?

During this course, you will learn:

  • Why a linguist’s résumé is different from a conventional résumé.
  • What to include and what to exclude from your résumé.
  • What a good cover letter should consist of.
  • How to apply for freelance positions online.
  • How to keep track of your online applications.

In addition, there are examples and information about available templates to help you draft your application documents faster.

How much time do I need to invest?

This course has been designed for busy people such as students or linguists. A couple of hours are enough to review the material several times. I know you are busy and have limited time, so I have kept all information concise, crisp and clear.

Will I receive a certificate upon completion?

Yes, you will receive an electronic certificate in PDF format.

Whom do I contact if I have questions?

How can I pay for my course?

You can pay either by credit/debit card or PayPal. Don’t hesitate to contact me if you wish to pay by bank transfer or via any other method. If you have trouble booking your course, please get in touch to resolve any technical problems.

You will receive a payment receipt immediately upon registration. You will also be sent an invoice, but as this is not issued automatically, it may take one or two days before you receive it.

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