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IIP Information session on NAATI certification

Do you know someone who is bilingual in English and Language, is interpreting as part of their job or is getting asked by family to interpret all the time?

We are looking for people who are passionate about helping people communicate between languages and cultures. Support them to have their skills recognised by becoming a nationally certified interpreter.

NAATI is seeking expressions of interest from people interested in gaining a NAATI interpreting certification in an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander language.

Interpreting accurately between English and Language is complex and requires a high level of skill. Holding NAATI certification shows people that an interpreter’s skills have met national standards.

NAATI has fully sponsored places under its Indigenous Interpreting Project to support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander language interpreters through the training and assessment pathway to certification. People supported under the project will have access to experienced trainers including certified interpreters. They will also be connected to other Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander language interpreters across Australia.

We are running an information session this Thursday 2 February at 11am Darwin/ACST time about how to get certified and our upcoming training opportunities.

✉️ Please email iip@naati.com.au to receive an invitation to this session, find another time, or for more information.

Listen to Dom Barry, a newly certified Pitjantjatjara interpreter, talk about his journey to becoming NAATI certified.

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