A Certified Translator is someone who has an official accreditation or credential that says they are capable of translating to a certain standard. Various countries around the world have certification authorities who design and implement such standards. In Australia, the certifying organisation is the National Accreditation Authority for Translators and Interpreters (‘NAATI’). Certification can be achieved by direct examination with NAATI, or by completing a NAATI-recognised course.
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