Items filtered by date: March 2018

The importance of measuring standards in the translation industry to increase professionalism and drive quality in the sector was the message of ATC Council Members Isabella Moore and Raisa McNab when they spoke at a major international translation conference.

Several ATC members are playing a welcome part in supporting language studies at their local universities in the face of declining numbers of school leavers embarking on modern language degrees.

There are fears that the dwindling number of young people studying modern languages at university could reduce the number of qualified translators in the country at a time when Brexit means effective global communication is vital for the future of the UK economy.

ATC council member and Lead on Standards, Raisa McNab, attended the Parliamentary launch of the new British Council report, Languages for the Future , which revealed that a dwindling number of young people are studying modern languages at school or university.



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