NAATI accreditation - German qualifications
Thread poster: AngelaArmstrong
AngelaArmstrong
Australia
Aug 14, 2016

I am planning to add to my current NAATI accreditation.

Has anyone been receiving NAATI accreditation based on being a sworn and certified translator and/or interpreter in Germany (Urkundenübersetzerin und Verhandlungsdolmetscherin in Baden-Württemberg)?

There used to be a list available with recognized courses and qualifications and I believe this qualification was listed but it comes up as invalid https://www.naati.com.au/pdf/publications/Manual%20for%20Candidates%202007%20text.pdf

I look forward to you replies.


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