What are the advantages of being a member of ATIS?
All members of ATIS—both associate and certified—are listed in the directory on the ATIS Web site. It is an excellent way to promote yourself to prospective clients. ATIS members are also welcome to attend the annual general meeting in May and the fall meeting in November and the workshops during these meetings. Members can also take advantage of reduced rates for courses given by other provincial associations and certain organizations dedicated to professional development in our industry. Most importantly, being a member of ATIS helps to foster high professional standards in translation and interpretation services in Saskatchewan.
ATIS certified translators and interpreters are members by affiliation of the Canadian Translators, Terminologists and Interpreters Council (CTTIC). The status of certified member is portable among all CTTIC member bodies. Certified translators are able to translate official documents such as birth certificates and university transcripts.
More Frequently Asked Questions
- My language pair does not include English, or is very rare. Can I still join ATIS?
- Do you offer continuing education?
- How much do ATIS members charge for their services?
- How much does it cost to write the exam?
- How do I become a certified translator?