NAATI Coaching

NAATI stands for National Accreditation Authority for Translators and Interpreters. Having NAATI Accreditation gives individuals the ability to present themselves in helping people from various linguistic backgrounds other than English. There are different ways of being accredited by NAATI and one of them is by sitting for a NAATI test.

At APEIRO Training Services, we provide coaching for those individuals who are willing to sit for the NAATI CCL test. We can help you in gaining 5 CCL Points for Migration purposes. With the knowledge of experienced Professional Translators and Interpreters, we give you in depth knowledge on how to approach the test to achieve fulfilling results.


Currently Available Interpreting Languages

Hindi – English

Punjabi – English

Urdu – English

Why Enrol with us?


Experts in language training industry


Professional tutors with years of experience


1-Week crash course


Proven Results



To claim 5 Credentialed Community Language (CCL) points when applying for migration.


To help People from your own community when the need arises

Disclaimer – APEIRO Training Services is not affiliated to NAATI nor represents NAATI..


Why Naati ccl test?

Allows candidates to claim Credentialed Community Language (CCL) points, which may be used towards a points-based migration visa.

CCL Test Candidates must be able to:

  • Participate effectively in exchanges where relatively simple information is exchanged without any great deviation from the norms of pronunciation, with reasonable accuracy, standard of expression, style and register.
  • Give the sense of what is said by the speakers and demonstrate good quality language in both English and the LOTE.

About NAATI Credentialed Community Language (CCL) Test

CCL Test fees: AUD $121(application) + $800(testing)

CCL Test Application Process:

Lodge application with NAATI for CCL Test> Unique NAATI number Issued> Test date confirmation and Payment Processed > test results usually issued by 8 -10 Weeks.

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NAATI CCL Test Format:

Dialogue Interpreting (2 x 45 = 90 marks)

Two dialogues of 300 words each, between an English speaker and a speaker of the LOTE are given in two differing subject areas.

In the Dialogue Interpreting Part, you are required to transfer the meaning of what is said by each speaker into the other language (i.e. English into LOTE and LOTE into English). Each dialogue is approximately 300 words, approximately half in English and half in LOTE – Language Other Than English. These are divided into segments that do not exceed 35 words each.

The dialogues are designed to assess the candidate’s ability to serve as a channel of communication between two persons who do not speak the same language.


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:



63 or higher (out of 90)



between 55 and 62.5 (out of 90)



less than 55 (out of 90)

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