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    NAATI CCL Program

    The National Accreditation Authority for Translators and Interpreters Ltd, also known as NAATI, is responsible for setting, maintaining, testing and certifying interpreters and translators in Australia. The CCL (Credentialed Community Language) test is a certification that assesses your language skills at the community level. The CCL test evaluates one’s ability to translate dialogues from English to another language (known as Language Other Than English, LOTE) and vice versa. NAATI offers CCL testing in many languages such as Nepali, Hindi, Urdu, Bangla, Mandarin, Cantonese, Punjabi, Dutch, Indonesian, Filipino, Vietnamese, Russian, Thai, Tamil, Sinhalese, Persian, Polish, etc.

    The CCL test results are published within 8 weeks of the test date and are valid for three years from the date of issue.

    How can we help you with NAATI & CCL Test Preparations?

    The best way to excel in an exam is by giving yourself enough time to understand the format of the test, prepare well ahead and not to leave things for the last minute. Our counsellors will assist you in choosing the right preparation classes for you. Get in touch with us today to confirm your enrollment.

    Bonus Points

    Candidates who pass the NAATI CCL test can claim ‘5 bonus points’ towards their permanent residency application when lodging certain point-based visa applications. However, passing the CCL test will not lead to certification, which means that the successful candidate is not allowed to work as an interpreter or a translator.

    Frequently Asked Questions about NAATI and CCL Test

    What are the benefits of NAATI approved Courses?

    The advantage of a NAATI-approved course is that students who complete the course at the standard required by NAATI are eligible to apply for NAATI accreditation without further requirements; such as taking a NAATI test.

    The award of the accreditation is subject to formal confirmation of the candidates’ achievements by the educational institution and recommendation of accreditation to NAATI.

    How to obtain NAATI Accreditation ?

    Obtaining a NAATI Accreditation can be completed in either one of the following ways:

    • Passing a NAATI accreditation test.
    • Full Completion of a NAATI approved course.
    • Specialised tertiary qualifications in translation/interpreting obtained from an educational institution overseas.
    • Membership of a recognised international translating and/or interpreting professional association.

    Further information about NAATI & Migration, accreditation pathways and processes, please refer to NAATI’s official website – www.naati.com.au.

    When is the next intake for NAATI and what are the course fees?

    For next available intakes please contact us on 02 9269 0070 or 0402 124 204.

    What languages are the NAATI CCL Test available?

    NAATI offers CCL testing in many languages such as Nepali, Hindi, Urdu, Bangla, Mandarin, Cantonese, Punjabi, Dutch, Indonesian, Filipino, Vietnamese, Russian, Thai, Tamil, Sinhalese, Persian, Polish, etc. For a detailed list, please contact our team on 02 9269 0070. You can also refer to the NAATI website www.naati.com.au.

    For how long is the NAATI CCL result valid?

    The CCL test results are published within 8 weeks of the test date and are valid for three years from the date of issue.


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