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A question about Certified Pro status (the "red star")
Thread poster: Tom in London

Tom in London
United Kingdom
Local time: 12:16
Member (2008)
Italian to English
Mar 10, 2017

I would be grateful if anyone can clarify if the "Certified Pro" badge given by Proz has been officially authorised as compliant with European quality standard EN-15038:2006, the specific European standard for translation services, and if so, what body gave this authorisation.

I am not clear about this because EN-15038 only applies to translation service providers. Proz.com is not a translation service provider.


 

Jared Tabor
Local time: 09:16
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The criteria in the screening process are based on the EN 15038 Mar 10, 2017

Hi Tom,

The criteria in the screening process for the Certified PRO Network are based on the EN 15038.

See http://www.proz.com/pro-tag/info/about/freelancers

I am not aware of any third party certification of the screening criteria in relation to the EN 15038, no.


 

Tom in London
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Local time: 12:16
Member (2008)
Italian to English
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OK Mar 10, 2017

Thanks Jared - that answers my question.

 


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