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Free Online Japanese-to-English Subtitle Translation Lesson
Sign up in time for the 2021 Semester

Free Online Japanese-to-English Subtitle Translation Lesson<br/>Sign up in time for the 2021 Semester
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Can’t participate in our Open School event? Book a one-on-one session where you can take a trial subtitling lesson and learn more about JVTA’s J-to-E Visualmedia Translation course!

Interested in learning what it takes to become a Japanese-to-English visual media translator? Come take a free trial lesson where you can learn more about JVTA’s Japanese-to-English Visualmedia Translation Course! This trial lesson is held online for those who are not able to join our Open School events.

For Open School info and dates, please click here:
▶Open School(covers both J-to-E and E-to-J)
▶J-E Open School(covers J-to-E ONLY)

In this one-on-one trial lesson, you’ll have a chance to try your hand at creating English subtitles, and learn more about the fun and challenging translation process. No previous translation experience is necessary. We recommend having at least JLPT N2 level Japanese to get the most out of the trial lesson, and the course itself.

After the subtitling trial lesson, you’ll receive a mini school orientation, which is required before signing up for our course. The entire session will take about 90 minutes and will be conducted in English. If you want to learn more about JVTA and our J-E translation course, you’ve come to the right place!
 
◆About our Japanese-English Media Translation Courses
At JVTA, you can master the skills you need to translate fun, entertainment-related content such as films, TV shows, anime, manga, online videos, and more! As of April 2020, our translation program is taught entirely online – you can participate from anywhere in the world.
 
For more information in English, please check out this page:
▶About course
 

◆Schedule Your One-on-One Session
These one-on-one trial lessons are held between the hours of 10:00 am to 7:00 pm, Mondays through Fridays (Japan Standard Time). Please indicate 3 dates and times that work for you in the form below.
E.g.: April 1 (Mon) 13:00 – 15:00 JST
 
◆Things to Note
- To secure a session, please book your session one week in advance.
- The J-E Subtitling trial lesson and school orientation will last approximately 90 minutes. After this, you will be able to ask us any questions you have. Just in case, we recommend that you allow about 2 hours for the session.
- Please sign in early to allow for any potential connection difficulties.
 
◆What You Need
- PC or tablet with stable internet connection
- Webcam and microphone (Either internal or external; you will be interacting with your instructor in real time)
- Headphones are also recommended but not essential
 
◆Reminders
- This trial lesson is limited to those who cannot participate in our Open School event (which include a J-E trial lesson)
- Participation is free!
- For non-native speakers of Japanese: Please note that this translation trial lesson requires upper intermediate/advanced Japanese ability (around JLPT N2 level or above)
 

【Sign Up】
To apply for the trial lesson, please sign-up below.

Please fill out your preferred dates and time:

1st choice: Date and Time(JPN time)Please indicate a 2-hour slot

2nd choice: Date and Time(JPN time)Please indicate a 2-hour slot

3rd choice: Date and Time(JPN time)Please indicate a 2-hour slot

Name

Name (Katakana)

E-Mail

Note: Unfortunately, we are unable to receive mails sent from hotmail.co.jp(com), outlook.jp(com) and live.jp, so we request that you use an alternative mail address. Thank you for your understanding.

Which city/country do you live in?

Please let us know (in the box below) if you have any questions.

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    *Once the registration is confirmed, you will receive a return mail from seminar@jvta.net. If you do not receive this mail, please contact us by phone on 03-3517-5002.



 

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