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  • Feedback wanted: new certification scheme

    In 2016, NAATI made significant progress in designing the new certification scheme that will commence in 2018.

    Last December, we published an important summary document that includes -

    • information about the proposed pathways to be eligible for certification testing;
    • details of the proposed formats for the certification tests; and
    • details about recertification requirements.

    This document is intended to give stakeholders an overall idea of what the new certification system will look like. Our INT project team would like to invite feedback on this important publication.

    Feedback should be submitted directly to our project team (via intproject@naati.com.au) by 15 February 2017.  

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  • INT project 2016 briefing session summary

    INT Project 2016 Briefing Sessions Between the 4th and 26th of April 2016 NAATI held briefing sessions in each Australian capital city with over 300 people attending across all sessions.

    Overall feedback suggested that sessions were a positive and valuable opportunity to learn more detailed information about the project’s direction.

    For those that missed out on attending, click the video below to watch a summary of what was presented - 

    The video has closed captions available for the deaf community. 

    Thank you to all the attendees for engaging with us we hope to host another round of briefing sessions next year.

    Some frequently asked questions by attendees can be found with answers here

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  • INT project trainers symposium

    The first INT Project Trainers Symposium was hosted on 3 February 2015 in Canberra. The aim of the INT Symposium was to bring together a range of experts from a key stakeholder group; educators who prepare translators and interpreters to practise in Australia. For more information please click here.  

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