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Information in the directory is provided by participating certified translators and interpreters. Contact a practitioner directly to book their services or ask any questions about their specialisation, skills or qualifications.

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Select the type of test you are planning to sit and the language to find upcoming test dates. Can't find your language? Check out which languages we offer certification testing in here.

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View a practitioner’s current NAATI credentials by entering their Practitioner Number (a combination of letters and numbers, starting with CPN).

NAATI is responsible for setting, maintaining and promoting high professional standards for the translating and interpreting industry.

We have 13,100+ practitioners,
holding 17,950 credentials
in 185 languages.

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Why get certified?

Why get certified?

Certification enables translators & interpreters to quickly and easily demonstrate your competence and ongoing professional practice to clients.

Sitting the CCL test

Sitting the CCL test

You can find information about sitting the Credentialed Community Language test here.

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August 2022

NAATI monthly newsletter

  • NZSTI Conference Update
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  • Practitioner Spotlight: Mark Quinn
  • Free specialised training: Interpreting in NDIS Settings
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News and events


Update to Credentialed Community Language test results validity period

16 Aug 2022

We are pleased to announce that all Credentialed Community Language (CCL) credentials issued from 9 August 2022 will hav...


Interpreter Training Scholarships 2022

02 Aug 2022

Scholarship opportunity for Tasmanian interpreters and bicultural workers seeking NAATI Certification. The Tasmanian Gov...


Free specialised training: Interpreting in NDIS Settings

01 Aug 2022

RMIT University’s T&I Program has developed a new free specialised training program on Interpreting in NDIS Se...


Mark Quinn

Mark Quinn is a Certified Interpreter in Auslan and English, and recently became the first Auslan interpreter in Australia to gain Certified Conference Interpreter credentials in both directions.