March 30, 2021 | Uncategorized
Are you looking to get into the translation industry or hone your existing skills? If so, you’ve come to the right place. We’re excited to kick off the launch of our new online training portal focused on the translation and localization industry – Talentum360 – with our first free webinar series. Read on to find out more details and how you can register to participate.
Talentum360 is Clear Words Translations’ new Executive Business Unit and Talent Development Center. As the demand for translation and localization services increases worldwide, it becomes increasingly important for participants in this industry to have an online hub they can visit to learn new skills and improve as professionals.
In a post-pandemic world, the workplace is changing fast. More and more businesses are working online from remote locations and emerging technology is changing the shape of many existing professions. In this rapidly evolving environment, we believe that your greatest competitive advantage is continuous education, ensuring that you have the skills to adapt to new projects and working situations.
Talentum360 will provide an online go-to source for language industry professionals to keep them up-to-date with industry developments and requirements. Need to brush up your skills on Desktop Publishing (DTP) or TRADOS? Want to find out more about the translation profession or being a project manager? This is the place to do exactly that.
We’ll be adding new courses all the time to cater to different skill sets and needs and, to celebrate the launch, we’ll be hosting a free webinar series given by some of the top industry professionals in the space.
Next month, we’ll be hosting a series of live webinars for you to join. These will provide invaluable opportunities to find out more about areas of the translation profession that interest you the most, to hear real live experiences, ask questions, and find out where you need to go next in order to develop your career. Check them out.
April 6, 15:00 ARG (18:00 UTC) – Sophie Halbeisen
Project Management and Technologies for the Translation and Localization Industry
The first webinar in our Talentum360 series will be given by Plunet’s Sophie Halbeisen. Sophie is a globally renowned professional and the Director of Business Development at Plunet, the leading translation business management system that helps language service providers manage their business processes and translation workflows.
If you’d like to register for this webinar free of charge, simply click on this link to reserve your slot.
April 7, 15:00 ARG (18:00 UTC) – Carlos Pallotti
New Skills Required in the Digital Transformation Age
As a specialist in Technological and Productive Policy, Carlos Pallotti will be giving an unmissable webinar on the skills required in the digital transformation age. Carlos has more than 30 years of experience in the information technology industry and knowledge services, developing businesses and promoting and implementing policies from the public domain in several Latin American countries. He is an entrepreneur, founder and leader of several companies and business associations.
Carlos has also been responsible for public policies applied to technology industries in the Federal Government of Argentina, working in the position of undersecretary and advising several national and provincial administrations on knowledge industries. He has 24 international awards, being recognized as the personality of the year 2017 in Latin America in technological development and investment attraction, by Nearshore Americas, USA.
Click here to reserve your space.
April 8, 15:00 ARG (18:00 UTC) – Fernanda Sarmento
Creativity and Digital Culture in Continuing Teacher Education
Next up in our series, Fernanda Sarmento will be giving a talk on creativity and digital culture. Fernanda is an Education Specialist at Oi Futuro, Oi’s Innovation and Creativity Institute, in Brazil. She works on projects that articulate the use of technologies, creative methodologies, and new languages for the pedagogical strategies of high school students and teachers.
Since 2012, she has been responsible for the NAVE Program (Education Advanced Center), where she works with the curricula of professional education, pedagogical practices systematization, and continuing teacher education. Be sure not to miss it by signing up to register here.
April 13, 15:00 ARG (18:00 UTC) – Santiago Kovadloff
Creativity and Development in Social Immobility
Essayist, poet, author of stories for children, and Portuguese Literature Translator Santiago Kovadloff will be giving an engaging talk on creativity and development in social immobility. With an unwavering focus on continuing education, Santiago graduated in Philosophy from the University of Buenos Aires (Universidad de Buenos Aires, UBA) and holds two honorary doctorates: One from the University of Business and Social Sciences (Universidad de Ciencias Empresariales y Sociales, UCES), and the other, from the University of Higher Studies in Exact Sciences (Universidad de Altos Estudios en Ciencias Exactas, U.CAECE).
He is an Honorary Professor of the Autonomous University of Madrid (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid) and a member of the Academic and Scientific Committee of the Ben-Gurion University of the Neguev, of Israel.
Don’t miss this fascinating discussion by signing up to register here.
We’re thrilled to be able to celebrate the launch of Talentum360 with you and provide these invaluable webinars free of charge. Sign up for one or all of the events in good time and, be sure to let your friends or anyone who may be interested in kickstarting a career in translation know.
You can also browse the current courses we have available and be sure to check back often as we’ll be updating the platform with new courses regularly. In these changing times, we hope to provide a helping hand to all translation and localization professionals with Talentum360, helping us grow stronger together.