This is a beautiful community, I’m happy to belong.
Hi @oz.marrugo welcome to the community
We are also very happy to have you with us
Let us know if you have any questions!
Hello! I’m so happy to be here!
Hope I can help being a translator volunteer
Hi @rafaelaoliveirav Welcome to the TWB community!
Thanks for joining us It’s lovely to have you onboard!
Don’t hesitate to reach out if you have any questions
I’m Irene and I really want to be part of this beautiful community. I will try to help with some translations. Thanks for all the work you do!
Thank you for joining us I hope you find some tasks that interest you. I see you’ve taken a test to become verified. That’s wonderful! As soon as we have your results we will let you know.
If you haven’t already, have a look at our Translator’s Toolkit There, you can learn more about TWB and how to get started
my name is walter and I’m here round these parts. I’m trying to get started but when I look for english<> spanish language pair translation tasks it says there are none. Is this only happening to me? If so, what am I doing wrong? Any help would be appreciated!
Hi @rokyreid welcome to TWB! Thank you for introducing yourself I’ve moved your post to a thread where you can meet fellow translators and have a read through some of the information posted here.
You correctly completed your profile, so I’m sure you’re not doing anything wrong Sometimes it takes a little while for tasks to come your way, but I’m sure some will appear for you soon.
In the meantime, have you read about our Introduction to Humanitarian Translation Course? In this course you’ll learn about humanitarian translation, the work and history of TWB, how to use Kató Platform
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My name is Nooh and I am new here.
I am a translator and an interpreter. My languages are Fulani, Krio( Sierra Leone), English, French, Turkish and Arabic. I’ll be gad to collaborate and help out.
Thank you and happy to be here.
Good evening, @nooh.barrie
Welcome to our community! We’re thrilled to have you here.
Here’s the Translator’s Toolkit , where you’ll find all the information you need to get started.
By becoming a Verified Kató Translator, you’ll have access to many more tasks. Here’s what you need to know: How to become a Kató Verified Translator?
Also, if you take the Introduction to Humanitarian Translation for Kató Translators course, you’ll get a free certificate. Taking this course is a great way to get started!
Let us know in case you have any questions. We’ll be happy to help you.
Have a great evening, Nooh!
I am super excited to be a new member of TWB. I am a professional translator since 2018 and my working languages are English, Chinese and French (my native language). I am currently finishing the online course on Humanitarian Communication and it comforts me in knowing this is exactly where I should be!
It is my pleasure to be able to help in any way I can
Salut @berenicehimmelfarb! Welcome to the TWB community!
Thank you for joining us, we are really happy to have you with us
I’m glad you are enjoying the course and finding it relevant for your interests. Let us know if you have any questions, we’re happy to help
Please help me find the available courses on the platform.
And I have another question: where can I get more information about trust level?
you can find the most important course now that gives you a final certificate here: Course: Introduction to Humanitarian Translation for Kató Translators
Then there are others here: TWB
I hope this helps
…and here you can find something about trust levels: Understanding Discourse Trust Levels
Hello TWB I’m glad to be a new member here. Nice to meet all of you.