This page contains information about the Certified Specialist Legal Interpreter Interpreting Test in Auslan. For more information about the Certified Specialist Legal Interpreter Test in spoken languages. click here: Certified Specialist Legal Interpreter Test.
The second part of the Certified Specialist Legal Interpreter (CSLI) is an Interpreting Test.
You must pass the Knowledge Test to be eligible to sit the Interpreting Test.
What Will The Test Ask Me To Do?
The Interpreting Test is composed of four interpreting tasks.
- One simultaneous and/or consecutive dialogic extracts in both directions task
- One simultaneous monologue into Auslan task
- One simultaneous monologue into English task
- One simultaneous monolingual exchange into Auslan task
How Should I Prepare?
CSLIs have advanced research skills that enable them to perform in complex and specialised interpreting situations. The ability to prepare for assignments in advance and to use appropriate available resources is one of the skills the CSLI Test assesses.
Briefs for each interpreting task will be sent out one week before the test date to allow candidates to prepare. For the simultaneous monologue into Auslan task, a Case Summary Sheet will be sent out 24 hours before the test.
What Do I Need to Know Before I Sit My Test?
Make sure you read and understand the following information before your test: