DIN-certification for translators
Thread poster: Ivana Kahle

Ivana Kahle  Identity Verified
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Jul 8, 2009

Hello!
Could anyone give me the link to the web page explaining the procedures for getting a DIN-certification for translators?
I think this certificate is called DIN CERTO or DIN CETCO.
Thank you in advance!
Best regards to all ProZians,
Ivana Kahle


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Adam Łobatiuk  Identity Verified
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Here you are Jul 8, 2009

http://lmgtfy.com/?q=din%20certco%20translation&l=1

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KSL Berlin  Identity Verified
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Google is a useful tool Jul 8, 2009

A simple search (din certification translation) would have found this at the top of the list:

http://www.dincertco.de/en/competencies/registrations/translation_services/index.html


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Ivana Kahle  Identity Verified
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Thank you both! Jul 8, 2009

I found the site myself, but I wasn't sure if that was the right one, because at the ProZ-conference session about EN 15038 standard I wrote down the beginning of the link (didn't have time to write it down entirely) which is not identical with this one.
However, this one seems to be the right one.
Have a nice rest of the evening!
Ivana.


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