Customers - The Association of Professional Translators of Moldova (ATP)

ASOCIAȚIA TRADUCĂTORILOR PROFESIONIȘTI DIN MOLDOVA
O abordare profesionistă a comunicării interumane

Regulation

Chapter I

Article 1- Purpose of the Regulation

The purpose of the present Regulation is to establish the implementation modalities of certain provisions of the statute of the Association of Professional Translators of Moldova. 

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Testing of Applicants to ATP Membership

To prove that they meet the qualification requirements, the applicants willing to become ATP members shall provide specific details and pass a number of tests, as follows:

  The package of documents to be submitted when applying for ATP membership shall include, but not be limited to:

  current CV, including contact details

  1-2 reference letters regarding professional experience

  the copy of the document confirming relevant education

  a letter of motivation, including the applicant's reasons to join ATP

  the copy of the applicant’s ID

  an application to join the ATP 

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Ethical code

EAssociation of Professional Translators of Moldova 

TRANSLATOR’S CODE OF ETHICS

(adopted in the spirit of the Translator’s Charter of

Dubrovnik, September 1963)                               

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ATP Member's rights and obligations

STANDARDS

ATP Members: Rights and Obligations 

  • ATP members must be highly qualified skilled translators providing services in general areas, as well as in the most frequently requested areas
  • ATP members must be familiar with the structure of the language from (into) which they translate/interpret and have sufficient vocabulary to provide high quality translation/interpreting
  • ATP members must know the peculiarities of translation and interpreting, as well as meet common requirements
  • ATP members must fulfill with dedication their obligations under concluded contracts and refrain from providing poor and/or negligent services
  • ATP members must bear in mind the requirements of confidentiality, loyalty, decency, friendliness, courtesy, impartiality, neutrality in conducting translation/interpreting and be cautious not to show signs of bias, personal prejudices, preferential treatment when translating/interpreting
  • ATP members must show interest for professional growth and development
  • ATP members must act as good colleagues, provide mutual support and help to other ATP members
  • ATP members must contribute to the development and growth of the ATP's professionalism and reputation 

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