What is the ATA Certification Program?
The ATA Certification Program was established in 1973. The program's mission is to elevate professional standards, enhance individual performance, and designate translators who demonstrate the knowledge essential to providing translation services. Earning the ATA certification credential is the hallmark of a committed translation professional.
How does a translator earn ATA certification?
ATA-certified translators maintain their credential by fulfilling continuing education renewal requirements every three years. Certification is an individual commitment to the ongoing pursuit of knowledge in the profession.
Looking for an ATA-certified translator?
Find the right professional for your job. Customize your search by language, specialty, experience, education, location, and keywords with the ATA Directory of Translators and Interpreters. Use of the online directory is free.
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