This course meets the prerequisite training requirements set by NAATI for anyone wishing to sit for Interpreter Certification tests. The course will include language specific tutorials which will provide feedback to individual students and offer an overview and preparation strategies for the NAATI Certified Provisional Interpreter test.
Students will complete 4 units which will cover:
- Ethics in Interpreting and Translating
- Preparation for an Interpreting or Translating assignment
- Building glossaries
- Communication and Interpreting techniques
From January 2018, NAATI (National Accredidation Authority for Translators and Interpreters) will implement a new Certification system. In addition to testing changes, NAATI will require that applicants complete a training component before applying for testing. This course will meet the training requirement, prepare candidates for the test and meet the English proficiency requirements.
State Government subsidies may apply for the On Campus course. Eligibility criteria applies for the $230.00 subsidised fee. Please enquire for further details.
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.
Prepare to translate and interpret (PSPTIS003)
Apply codes and standards to ethical practice (PSPTIS001)
Manage discourse in general settings (PSPTIS042)
Build glossaries for translating and interpreting assignments (PSPTIS002)
Mon 2 Sep 19
Mon 11 Nov 19
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.
Fri 15 Nov 19
The online sessions will include live (synchronous) sessions as well as online moderated forums and other online activities and assessment. All activities will be very practical and students will be assessed through role plays and forum discussions, as well as practical activities.
Course enquiries and more information
Freecall 1800 882 661