Pune, Oct 24 2016: In an effort to create awareness of opportunities in the language field and create a strong network of linguists, Association of Language Professionals is to be constituted with its inauguration on the 12th of November 2016. Ketki Nawathe, Japanese technical translator and trainer and Lalita Marathe, German technical translator and trainer are co-founding Association of Language Professionals. This Association will not just play a role as a common platform for linguists, but will go a step further and organize various competitions, workshops, seminars, conferences, etc.
Speaking at a conference held to provide information regarding the Association of Language Professionals, Ketki Nawathe, co-founder said “People think that career opportunities in languages are limited to translation or interpretation. However there are many opportunities such as subtitling linguists, lexicographer, voice over artists, proofreader and more. In order to create awareness about this, it is important to have a common platform for linguists. This is what motivated us to start this Association.”
Lalita Marathe, co-founder, Association of Language Professionals explained the objectives of the Association. “This Association would not just limit itself to a common platform for exchange of ideas and creating awareness. But we will also be focusing on skill development. Communication is an unparalleled necessity in today’s world making a good command over language and excellent communication skills the need of the hour. To propagate this, The Association will be organizing workshops, meet-ups, seminars, conferences and more by industry veterans.”
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