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Level 7 Diploma in Translation

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The DipTrans is a nationally recognised qualification that is accepted and requested nationwide by Translation clients and Language Service providers. Translators with this qualification provide a consistent high standard of Translation for commercial purposes.

*Certification fees apply. For details please see Learner Handbook.

Key details

  • This Level 7 Diploma in Translation qualification can be conducted remotely from anywhere in the world.
  • Exams are conducted on a monthly basis
  • Nationally recognised qualification
  • Partial Units available

Duration of the exam

  • 7 hours

Method of Assessment

The Diploma in Translation is portfolio based (it will consist of an exam and a written essay). The exam consists of three units and will be conducted over 2 days. The content of the assessments will depend on the specialisms that you have chosen when you sign up for the exam. To take the exam you will need access to a computer/laptop, web cam and the internet. There will also be a short written essay that you will need to complete to meet the assessment criteria.

Certification and Awarding Body

ICQ (I Can Qualify)

Who is this exam for?

The Level 7 Diploma in Translation demonstrates your level of competence of working as a translator in complex settings. It is suitable for learners with the following profile:

  • If you have professional translation experience but do not have an accredited translation qualification to demonstrate your level of competence

Work Opportunities

The Level 7 Diploma in Translation will enable you to work as a professional translator in a variety of settings (depending on the specialism that you have chosen) such as the following:

  • Law
  • Ministry of Justice (Complex)
  • Health
  • Mental Health
  • Social Services
  • Education
  • Welfare & Benefits
  • Housing
  • Solicitors
  • Business
  • Financial

Progression

  • Machine Translation Post Editing CPD

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