Recertification is the process by which translators and interpreters with NAATI certification demonstrate that they remain active and committed to the translation and interpreting industry at regular intervals. Before the expiry date, practitioners are required to provide evidence of continuing work practice and professional development to recertify the certification for a further three years. (https://www.naati.com.au/practitioners/recertification/)
This free webinar will cover the recertification process and requirements and will demonstrate how professional development activities and work practice can be submitted using the MyNAATI portal to apply for recertification.
The Recertification Process
Work Practice Requirements
Professional Development Requirements
Simulation of Submitting PD and Work Practice
This webinar will be useful for all translators and interpreters who need a refresher on how to use the MyNAATI portal or are unfamiliar with NAATI’s recertification process.
NAATI’s recertification process
Submit Professional Development and Work Practice using the MyNAATI portal.
Fatih Karakas is the Trainer and PD Coordinator at All Graduates Interpreting and Translating Services. Fatih is a Turkish Certified Interpreter/Translator and has completed a Masters in Translating and Interpreting at RMIT University where he also works as a lecturer. His interests are interpreter and translator ethics, interpreter skills development and interpreting in healthcare settings.
Aurelie Sheehan is the Manager, Certification Policy and Development at NAATI, and focuses on the Certification development strategy while overseeing the delivery of examiner training, Certification test materials creation and Certification test design for specialised and non-specialised test types. A certified translator and former language teacher, Aurelie Sheehan joined NAATI’s Certification Development team in 2018. As a training Project Officer, she played a key role in the implementation and development of non-specialist certification testing and examiner training.
All Graduates will issue a certificate of attendance where you join the live session.
To claim the relevant PD points please see the NAATI Recertification Catalogue and choose the most appropriate category for your recertification.
The NAATI Recertification Catalogue can be downloaded via this link.
(If you watch the recording, we will not issue a certificate however you may check with NAATI what may be required from you to be eligible for points without a certificate).
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