Thread poster: Ravindra Godbole
In a recent job posting a condition was mentioned as "local certification will be required" . What does it mean?
| | Samuel Murray
Local time: 14:20
English to Afrikaans
| Well, it could mean anything! || Aug 10, 2005 |
Ravindra Godbole wrote:
In a recent job posting a condition was mentioned as "local certification will be required". What does it mean?
1. You must be a sworn translator sworn by the local high court.
2. You must be able to implement the procedure for producing a certified translation in your country.
3. You must be somehow accredited (ATA calls it "certified" for some reason) by a local translators' association.
4. You must have a certificate proving that you studied translation at some high level of college.
Frankly, it could mean anything, and it make one wonder whether the client has ever set foot outside his hometown.
| | Ravindra Godbole
Local time: 17:50
English to Marathi
Many many thanks for your clarification
| | Jeff.X
English to Chinese
| i learned a lot || Aug 14, 2005 |
i learned a lot. thank you
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