Wednesday, May 16, 2018

What are the future opportunities for completion of a NAATI course?

National Accreditation Authority for Translators and Interpreters (NAATI) is the body which gives accreditation to the translators and Interpreters in Australia. The apex body regulates the interpreting services in Australia.

According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics Census in 2011, about 4 million Australians can speak in a different language than English. The population of immigrant is increasing rapidly. As most of the expats can’t speak English properly, problems are arising in the active communication. Translating job opportunities are coming in different places in schools, workplaces, banks, healing facilities, law workplaces, air terminals and others that require interaction with non-English speakers.

Hence, translating is an excellent career option for students who want to work as an accomplished translator or interpreter in Australia. The NAATI courses in Australia can prepare you for workplace challenges and get accreditation to practice in the country.  

However, students must meet the following eligibilities-

  • The student should be age 18 and above.
  • The students are required to give an entrance exam conducted by the institute or university.

The 24 weeks course trains students on the live projects to acquire professional skills. The passing rate of NAATI exam is around 10% to 15%, and that is quite low. The strict NAATI policy which aspirants need to go through and lack of preparation are the top factors.

The aspirants should enrol for a NAATI-approved course offered by approved universities or institutions. The universities will be able to impart knowledge to the students as the teachers are experienced professionals who are NAATI accredited professionals.

Here are the places where graduates can work:

  • Government agencies
  • Airports and terminals
  • Themed parks
  • Universities and schools
  • Law firms
  • Corporations

After completion of NAATI courses, students get five migration points from the Credentialed Community Language. It is a big boost for the PR in Australia for international students. Immigrants in Australia need 60 migration points to get a permanent residency.

Need to pursue NAATI courses in Australia?

Consult with Nepalese migration agents to get help in enrolling in the chosen institution and outline your career pathway. Contact AECC Global education experts to know more.

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