We prefer to use interpreters and translators with accreditation obtained from the National Accreditation Authority for Translators and Interpreters (NAATI).
If you would like to become an accredited interpreter and/or translator you will need to contact the National Office in Canberra:
The diagram below outlines the general procedures for recruiting new interpreters and translators:
Before becoming an interpreter you must undergo a language fluency assessment. This assessment is conducted in-house on application.
The aim of the fluency assessment is to find out if the applicant is fluent in English and the other language/s; whether language used is current; and whether there is correct grammatical usage.
Translators are not assessed in this manner, but registration is dependent on the applicants having NAATI accreditation.