Being able to speak two languages well isn’t enough to be a professional certified translator. One has to complete certain education or courses and attain recognised certifications.
But what separates the professional from the novice translators are the certifications that they carry. And you can bet that the benefits they bring to the table differ by a significant amount.
In this piece, we’ll be sharing more on what it takes to be a certified translator and why this is so important for you to hire only professional certified translators.
In Singapore, a professional certified translator should have at least a bachelor’s or a master’s degree in any discipline from a college or university.
What separates the great from good are certifications like the Certification Examination for Professional Translators (CEPT) or others like the American Translators Association (ATA), National Association of Judiciary Interpreters and Translators for legal translation, and National Board of Certified Medical Interpreters (CMI) for medical translation.
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