NAATI and DipTrans
Thread poster: Estelle Demontrond-Box
I have recently moved to Australia and wish to get back to freelancing as a translator so I am thinking of trying to obtain the NAATI accreditation through overseas qualifications. I have the DipTrans and have been a member of the Institute of Linguists for some time.
Has anybody has the same experience or has any advice or suggestions as to how easy/difficult this is?
| | Tony Bennjamin
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Indonesian to English
| I want to find Diploma too || Mar 1, 2013 |
I would like to find Diploma in Translation too. Please let me know if there's an online course available in my language (Indonesian). Thank you.
| NAATI accreditation || Mar 21, 2013 |
I got NAATI accreditation by doing the exam but I know there are other ways if you have already been translating in another country. I am actually going the other way - moving to the UK, and from what I can understand the IoL and NAATI systems seem to be quite a similar level so they would likely recognise your qualifications and experience. You can find more information here: http://www.naati.com.au/accreditation.html
The exam is a hassle and not cheap either, so if you already have the IoL diploma then I'd highly recommend trying to use that to get accreditation!
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