Download and read the Frequently Asked Questions document from the ‘Additional Files and Resources’ section below (click the arrow to the right to view the files) and submit your online application (expression of interest only, no fees required at this stage) for the course you wish as listed below.
This course meets the minimum prerequisite training requirements set by NAATI for the Certified Provisional Interpreter test and is designed to prepare candidates for this test by providing guidance in interpreting techniques; it does not aim to produce fully trained interpreters. This course is for candidates who are already in (or are well placed to be in) interpreting or language-related roles within a workplace or community.
Students will complete 4 units and 7 assessments over 11 weeks which will cover:
- Ethics in interpreting and translating
- Preparation for an interpreting or translating assignment
- Building glossaries
- Interpreting techniques
It is highly recommended that students allocate additional time during the week for private study.
The course is delivered in English and students are provided with the opportunity to receive language-specific feedback through a sample recording (not for assessment purposes).
South Australian State Government funding subsidies apply for the on-campus deliveries of this course only. Eligibility criteria apply. The full course cost applies for students who are not eligible for State Government funding subsidies. Course payment will be arranged at a later date, after your application has been received.
NOTE: Applications will be allocated to courses on the basis of language priority and demand. Applicants will be notified of receipt of their application and of language availability. Please refer to the NAATI website for upcoming test dates in 2020 (www.naati.com.au)
For more information, please download and read the Frequently Asked Questions document from the ‘Additional Files and Resources’ section below (click the arrow to the right to view the files).
Apply codes and standards to ethical practice (PSPTIS001)
Build glossaries for translating and interpreting assignments (PSPTIS002)
Manage discourse in general settings (PSPTIS042)
Prepare to translate and interpret (PSPTIS003)
Mon 8 Mar 21
Fri 21 May 21
March intake closes on 4 Dec 2020. If ineligible for State Government funding subsidies the full course cost of $1,400 will apply.
This delivery is offered under State Government funding subsidies. Eligible students must be an Australian Citizen/Permanent Resident, be 16 years of age or over and reside in South Australia.
If ineligible for State Government funding subsidies the full course cost of $1,400 will apply.
March intake closes on 4 Dec 2020.
Course enquiries and more information
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