As an international student you may already be bi-lingual or even multi-lingual. Why not use this to your advantage by interpreting and translating, after all, over 4 million Australians speak a language other than English. The National Accreditation Authority for Translators and Interpreters is the certification body for Translators and Interpreters.
The prerequisites for becoming a NAATI qualified translator include, proving English language, intercultural and ethical competency. There are two pathways to becoming a Recognised Practising Translator, five pathways to become a Certified Translator, five pathways to become a Certified Advanced Translator.
Additionally, there are multiple pathways for interpreting at 5 levels of recognition.
NAATI certification can allow additional points for some visas
In some circumstances holding NAATI certification can lead to extra points for some classes of points based visas. These visas are highly competitive and for this reason, many students choose to obtain NAATI certification.
At AET we support students to obtain certification and can offer significant discounts to any courses that you ay be required to undertake.
Contact us to discuss NAATI courses, and certification