Apart from language expertise, Professional Translators normally have some kind of specialisation such as law, science, technology or finance. Some, but not all, have qualifications in translation or linguistics. Regardless of their pathway into the profession, established Professional Translators have many years of experience in producing quality translations, and are committed to continuing professional development. Professionals typically express their commitment to quality and ethics through membership of a professional institute or association, such as the Australian Institute of Interpreters and Translators (‘AUSIT’). You can find out more about AUSIT here: www.ausit.org.
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