Certification
Thread poster: Alina Matei

Alina Matei  Identity Verified
Australia
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Aug 17, 2004

Dear all,

I have been asked on a number of occasions if I am ceritified for interpreting or translating for various trades (driving school, graduation papers, etc). I have a degree in languages in my home country (English and French), but I now live and work in the UK. I know what 'certified' means in Romania, but I am very unsure of what thet means in the UK.

Please help with information.

Thanks.

Stefania


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Natalie  Identity Verified
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Moving the topic Aug 17, 2004

to the Business Issues forum.

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Wenke Geddert  Identity Verified
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See also ITI Aug 17, 2004

Stafania

The following might help as a starting point:

http://www.iti.org.uk/indexMain.html

"FAQ"

4. I need an "official" or "certified" translation, can ITI help me?

For most purposes, this usually requires either using the services of a sworn translator (this would be a translator sworn before a court in a non-UK jurisdiction), or a Fellow (FITI) or Member (MITI) of ITI who may self-certify the translation. You can also have the translation notarised before a Notary Public or Notary Scrivener (usually listed in Yellow Pages). ITI publishes a set of guidelines and seals for self-certification by its members.


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Sonja Tomaskovic  Identity Verified
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Accredited? Aug 17, 2004

I think that what actually is meant by certified in this case is accredited.

I think that clients who ask whether you are certified for interpreting and translation actually want to know if you have had professional training in these areas or if you can provide any evidence that you are capable of doing the job. In most cases this may be accreditation by a professional association or simply a degree in translation/interpretation.

HTH.

Sonja


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Alina Matei  Identity Verified
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Thank you Sep 2, 2004

Thanks to everyone who took time to answer. I still don't understand it fully, to be honest, but it helped clarify some of my questions.

Thanks again and I do appologise for not thankign you earlier.


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