The school is certified by the American Translators Association.
What does ATA stand for?
ATA stands for American Translators Association
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- American Topical Association
- American Towing Alliance, Inc. (Upland, CA)
- American Trakehner Association
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- American Transit Association
- American Trucking Associations (Alexandria, Virginia)
- American Tunaboat Association
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- Analog Telephone Adapter
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- Animal Transportation Association (Warrenton, VA)
- Annales de Toxicologie Analytique (French: Journal of Analytical Toxicology)
- ANSI AT Attachment (PCMCIA cards)
- Antarctica (ISO Country code)
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com)-- The American Translators Association (ATA), the largest association of translators and interpreters in North America, will roll out its 52nd Anniversary Conference at the Boston Marriott Copley Place Tuesday October 27th - Saturday October 30st, 2009.
The World's #1 Platform-Independent Translation Memory Software Debuts New Release During the 49th Annual American Translators Association Conference WASHINGTON and PARIS, Nov.
edu/al-andalus American Translators Association (ATA) conference will be held October 31-November 3 in Miami, FL.
Those who complete the courses will be prepared to take the American Translators Association Accreditation Exam and/or the Florida Interpreter Qualifications Exam, which are required by many employers.
The American Translators Association provides accreditation in more than 30 language combinations for its members; other options include a certification program offered by the Translators and Interpreters Guild.
Walter Bacak Executive Director, American Translators Association, Alexandria, Virginia The book What Color is Your Parachute?
As the American Translators Association (1993) noted, good translation includes not only language ability but the skill which comes from experience, the ability to ask the right questions so as to clarify the interpretation, and a clear knowledge of one's capabilities and limitations as an interpreter/translator.