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NAATI Online portal will be offline from 13 November 2017

As part of NAATI's exciting transition to a new certification system, we will be making major upgrades to the existing Online portal and Online Practitioner's Directory. 

Access to the portal will be closed from 13 November 2017, to give our development team the necessary time to make the upgrades.

The Online Practitioner's Directory search will remain available for people to locate translators and interpreters.  

This means that during this period, practitioners will not be able to:

  • Edit your details online
  • Purchase accreditation-related products (ID cards, translator stamps etc.) online
  • Activate a free online directory listing or
  • Edit your current online directory listing. 

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Practitioners needing to order accreditation-related products (e.g. Translator Stamps and ID Card) can do so using the application forms available from Forms & Fees. No further orders for these products will be accepted after Friday 8 December 2017.

The new NAATI practitioner's Portal and Directory will come online in early January 2018. We'll keep you informed about when these services will become available.

Online application forms for NAATI Certification (Certified Provisional Interpreter, Certified Interpreter and Certified Translator credentials only) and Credentialed Community Language (CCL) Testing will become available on the NAATI website.

Applications for Recognised Practising credentials along with other Certification types will open in early 2018.

NAATI examiners should check your emails about access to online marking tools.

Any questions about the information above should be directed to NAATI's National Office via info@naati.com.au.