ETTL – Estonian Association of Interpreters and Translators
Founded on 1 June 1992, the Estonian Association of Interpreters and Translators (Estonian abbreviation ETTL) is a NGO uniting professional interpreters and translators.
The association is focused on promoting interpretation and translation activities in Estonia, professional competence, co-operation both in Estonia and outside, defending the professional interests of its members and providing top-up training for conference interpreters and translators.
Association's members can provide interpretation and translation services in 23 working languages:
Estonian, English, Russian, Finnish, German, Swedish, French, Danish, Italian, Spanish, Norwegian, Dutch, Polish, Portuguese, Hungarian, Ukrainian, Arabic,
Bulgarian, Georgian, Greek, Latin, Lithuanian, Czech.
The supreme governing body of the association is the general meeting of its members convened no less than once a year. The Association Board is elected for two years. Association's office is located in the building of the Estonian National Library.
The association can assist you in finding conference interpreters.
The association can assist you in finding translators to translate texts both into and from Estonian (Russian).
The association can assist you in finding interpreters and translators from other countries in case the required language combination is not available in Estonia.
The association can provide you with the necessary conference interpretation equipment in case the event is held in the Estonian National Library.
The association can help you with the word processing and scanning of texts in foreign languages.
The association can help you to search in multilingual data banks and terminology dictionaries on the Internet.
The association may consult you on the technical and professional matters concerning preparation for and running of events with interpretation services.
Contact the association for information on membership costs.
ETTL - Estonian Association of Interpreters and Translators
Address Postkast 354, 10503
Phone: (+ 372) 6307358
Fax: (+ 372) 6311667