How to Land a Translating Job in Australia?by Arpita Shah Seo Executive
Australia is a country of immigrants from different nations and ethnic backgrounds. Their population have increased rapidly over the years. The nation is tolerant and promotes cultures and languages spoken by immigrants besides the English language. Further, many migrants can’t speak the official language creating problems in effective communication.
It has led to a rapid rise in the demand for interpreters and translators in the industry. However, landing a translating job is not possible unless you have gained professional skills and accreditation from the NAATI.
National Accreditation Authority for Translators and Interpreters is the apex body responsible for regulation and accreditation of translating aspirants. The NAATI courses in Australia are designed to meet industry’s standard and skills set. The courses contain comprehensive training modules to equip aspirants with the skills demand by employers.
Rigorous training on classroom and simulated projects help students to gain familiarity with the workplace challenges. The exam is tough with less than 20% pass percentage of the total students. The successful students get certification from NAATI and earn five migration points from Credentialed Community Language (CCL). It is essential to work as a professional translator or interpreter in Australia.
Undergoing NAATI courses are essential to be eligible for jobs and PR pathway. However, PR aspirants must acquire minimum 60 migration points to lodge Expression of Interest to the Department of Home Affairs. Consult with Nepalese migration agents or others to get outline your PR pathway. They can help and guide in applying for the application.
Apart from that, the overseas students can pursue numerous courses that enhance your employability and PR opportunity. Some of the popular ones are Engineering, IT, Accounting, Nursing, Social Work, Teaching, and others.
To know more about the in-demand courses, you can consult with the Nepalese education consultant. They are authorised agents to help you start a successful career in Australia.
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