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July 2021

Teatime Thursday: Responding to job offers

22 July @ 4:00 pm

This week we're talking about how to respond to job offers.What to consider when evaluating if you can or can’t accept a job offer? Do you have a checklist for information to request from the client before quoting for the job? When do you feel you have to say no?

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NWTN Summer Picnic

24 July @ 12:30 pm
Heaton Park, Bury Old Road
Manchester, M25 0BN United Kingdom
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Members are cordially invited to join us in Heaton Park, Manchester, for the NWTN Summer Picnic. We will meet on the hilly meadow by the Papal Monument, west of the Boating Lake. You should be able to find the location on this map (downloadable), which also has full details of all the park’s attractions: You can also find the very spot (pictured above - giant basket not included) by using the app 'what3words' and searching for clear.once.lonely, a perfect spot…

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Teatime Thursday: Audio-visual translation: subtitling, dubbing, voice overs

29 July @ 4:00 pm

This week it's all about audio-visual translation: subtitling, dubbing, voice overs. Do you have any experience in these areas? Have you diversified with any of them? Are you able to earn a satisfactory income from them or are they more about a satisfactory job experience, i.e. passion over pay? 

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NWTN/WMG Joint Walk

31 July @ 11:00 am
Biddulph Valley Leisure Centre, Thames Drive, Biddulph ST8 7HL, Biddulph Valley Leisure Centre, Thames Drive
Biddulph, ST8 7HL
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A joint walk is a great way for two ITI regional groups to get to know their neighbours and on 31 July, NWTN and WMG will be doing a walk (distance approx. 6½ miles) in the Staffordshire Moorlands, around Biddulph (approx. 40 miles from Manchester and 55 miles from Birmingham via the M6). Hopefully we’ll be celebrating the end of lockdown restrictions! The route The route is undulating rather than hilly, and we’ll be stopping one third of the way…

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