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Multi-lingual trainers

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Can anyone point me in the right direction to find freelance bi-lingual or muliti-lingual trainers, all have to be fluent in English and the other languages are Swedish, Norwegian, Finnish, Russian, Italian and German.  The training will be in Sales Management.  The course is modular (2 + 2 + 1 days), the material and the design of the course is done and training will be given.  Any help would be appreciated. 

9 Responses

  1. Multi lingual trainers

    There is a huge choice of translators and interpreters, many skilled in training and marketing, on the website of the Institute of Translation & Interpreting http://www.iti.org.uk – got to Directory of Members, select Translators and/or Interpreters and input specialist subject as required. You will see a list of names and locations. Make direct contact they are all freelancers. 

  2. Multi-linqual trainers

    Hi Michellealles

    We supply multi linqual trainers and also translation documentation. If you would like to call us to discuss further, please call us on 01539 437183 and ask for Sue or Heather.

    Also have a look at our website http://www.satraining.co.uk

     

     

  3. thanks

    It’s always good to learn new things, I didn’t know about that site – I will look at the website

  4. Rather than using interpreters…

    Hi Michelle,

    Our company also translates training documentation, so I must declare an interest. However, my point of view is a bit different from some of the others above.

    In my opinion your original intention of hiring trainers that speak those languages is the best way forward, rather than hiring interpreters to support or (dare I say it) replace the trainers. The cost of an interpreter will normally easily match the per day cost of the trainer, so why double the cost of the course delivery, and it goes without saying that an interpreter doesn’t have the right skills to carry out the training.

    Having the course materials translated would certainly be useful, but in terms of finding good native speaking or fluent trainers in those languages, I’d suggest maybe approaching the Institute of Sales & Marketing Management to see if they can help.

    Alex Taylor

     

    PS This depends very much on the target of the training, but you may also be surprised by the participants’ level of comprehension in English. Also, we’ve found (anecdotally) from our EFL skills seminars that concentration levels tend to be higher, without sacrificing understanding, as long as some simple steps are taken.

  5. Bi-lingual trainers

    Hi

    I do Associate Training for  Triple A in Hamburg, Germany, in English medium, to international clients. Triple A have many bi-lingual trainers covering the langauges you mentioned.

    Perhaps you could contact them, Tel. 0049 40 28 09 58 and ask for Wolfgang Mass.Hope this helps.

    If you need a bi-lingual trainer in Urdu/Punjabi/Hindi as well as Englih, then I can certainly help, or one that understands Arabaic/Islamic cultures.

    Regards

    Rauf Mirza

    Acumen TMc Ltd

    Email: info@acumen-tmc.co.uk   Mobile: 07976 191 645

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