Australian Government policy ensures equality of opportunity and access for everyone, regardless of language. NAATI was established in the 1970s to regulate quality standards in Translating and Interpreting in many areas including:
- social security
- public information
NAATI was originally a government department, but it is now a company owned by the State, Territory and Federal Governments of Australia. NAATI is a standards organisation only: it is not an educator, employer or translation agency. You can find out more about NAATI here: www.naati.com.au.
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