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Si nous postulons au test d'accréditaton avec une langue C qui n'est pas mentionnée sur notre diplome...devons nous la justifier? Et si nous sommes accrédités et que nous ajoutons une langue...devons nous justifier la connaissance de cette langue?( comment l'avons nous apprise, ou,....depuis combien de temps)...

Merci d'avance

asked 16 Nov, 14:47

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"You will be asked to submit: (...)

for languages not covered by the degree(s) or diploma(s), evidence of how the language knowledge was acquired should be submitted (such as certificates or a personal statement)."

(https://europa.eu/interpretation/index_en.html)

This is what you do when applying for an accreditation test. Also, you submit a CV, so your languages, stays abroad etc. will probably come up there as well.

If you want to add a language later, I don't think there is any official procedure. You just contact your head of unit either at SCIC or at the Parliament, and ask for a test. They may ask you how you've learned the language, I suppose. But I guess they also trust you that you're a professional and you won't waste their time with a language you barely know ;). Also, as an EU-accredited interpreter you may apply for grants etc. when learning a language, so your head of unit may know about your plans before you actually ask for a language addition test. Apart from that, I've heard about colleagues listening to your performance before a test is actually organized but that's not a rule.

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answered 17 Nov, 10:03

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edited 17 Nov, 10:04

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