From March 2018, NAATI has introduced a new testing system for people seeking to migrate in Australia. If you pass NAATI CCL(Credential Community Language Test), you can claim 5 points for your points based on Australian skilled migration.
“If you pass CCL, you can not work as an interpreter or translator. You need to have at least either provisional interpreter or translator certification to work.”
Some common queries about NAATI CCL
Where can I give CCL test (test locations)?
You can not sit for the CCL test from outside Australia. NAATI test centre is available only in the following cities.
What are the available languages for NAATI CCL?
Although there are 6,500 languages in the world, Naati CCL test is available in only 47 following languages.
- 30. Pashto
- 31. Persian
- 32. Polish
- 33. Portuguese
- 34. Punjabi
- 35. Romanian
- 36. Russian
- 37. Serbian
- 38. Sinhalese
- 39. Somali
- 40. Spanish
- 41. Swahili
- 42. Tamil
- 43. Thai
- 44. Tigrinya
- 45. Turkish
- 46. Urdu
- 47. Vietnamese
How the test is marked?
At least two trained examiners mark CCL tests independently. The CCL test comprises two dialogues and each dialogue is marked by the examiner using a deductive marking system. Examiners consider the types of error present in the candidate’s performance and the impact of those errors in determining the deductions they will make. Each dialogue receives a mark out of 45. In order to pass a candidate needs to score at least 29 out of 45 for each dialogue and score at least 63 out of 90 overall. When NAATI issues the result for the CCL test it will be based on the mark achieved:
- PASS: 63 or higher (out of 90)
- MARGINAL FAIL: between 55 and 62.5 (out of 90)
- CLEAR FAIL: less than 55 (out of 90)
How can I sit for a CCL test?
Applications to sit a CCL Test must be submitted online via the NAATI website. Individuals will also need to attach a passport photograph and a scan of an appropriate identity document (e.g. passport) to apply. Passport must be in PDF format and Passport photo has to be in JPEG format.
How long it takes for the result to be published?
It can take up to 8 weeks for the test result to be published.
What are the fees for CCL test?
Can I sit for the exam, if I fail?
Yes! You can sit for the exam again if you are unsuccessful. But keep it in mind that giving a CCL test is comparatively expensive and time consuming, We always recommend our students to sit for the exam with proper preparation and pass in your first attempt.
How Can I book the exam?
Please simply follow the link below to book your CCL test:
We are currently successfully providing NAATI CCL training in 10 deferent languages and we have the highest success rate across Australia . Please see our success here.
Source: NAATI Official Website