Recognised Practising

A Recognised Practising credential is granted in languages in which NAATI is unable to deliver testing on a regular basis. A practitioner who holds a Recognised Practising credential has satisfied the minimum training requirements stipulated by NAATI and has recent and regular experience as a translator and/or interpreter. Recognised Practising credentials do not have equal status with certification, nor do they stipulate a specific level of transfer competency. How Do I Get Recognised Practising? Potential translators or interpreters need to prove they have obtained the basic experience and ability that a Recognised Practising credential demonstrates. This is done through providing … Continue reading Recognised Practising […]