Qualification: PSP60816 Advanced Diploma of Translating
Qualification CRICOS Code: 097598G
Qualification Status: Current
AQF Level: 6
must be at least 18 years of age at the time of course commencement.
Must have completed at least Advanced Diploma where English is the medium of instruction. If the required qualification is completed offshore and not completed with English as the medium of instruction, then candidates must have an IELTS 6.0 or equivalent to IELTS (no band score less than 6).
Evidence of LOTE background learning, i.e. High School certificate/degrees awarded in LOTE countries. Otherwise a Newton College internal LOTE language proficiency test is required.
Total Core Units: 5
Total Electives Units: 8
Mode of Delivery: Face-to-face 20 hours per week.
Total Course Fee AUD $14,000 being:
Tuition Fee AUD $13,500
Application Fee AUD $200
Material Fee AUD $300
Total Course Duration: 48 Weeks including 8 weeks of term breaks.
Language Stream: English to Chinese(single direction).
Delivery Location: Brisban Campus, Melbourne Campus.
Total Terms: 4 Terms.
Possible Employer Pathways: Certifed translator on NAATI certification.
Credit may be awarded on the basis of a combination of Credit Transfer plus an individual RPL assessment for additional learning.
For international students, any reduction in overall course duration brought about by RPL/Credit transfer is reported via PRISMS and an appropriate eCoE issued. For details, please refer to https://newton.edu.au/policy-and-procedure/
Trainer/Assessor will use the correct assessment tools to gather sufficient and quality evidence about student performance in order to make the assessment decision based on the qualification training and assessment strategy. Assessment evidence may include but not limited to:
- Case Study
- Written Report
- Written Question
- Role Play
Note: Domestic student please contact Marketing Manager or email [email protected] for the course schedule date
To complete the PSP60816 Advanced Diploma of Translating, you need to pass thirteen units (consists of 5 core units and 8 electives) of competence. If you leave the program early, you will be given a Statement of Attainment for any units you have been assessed as competent in. We have selected the following units:
|C||PSPTIS100||Apply codes and standards to professional judgment|
|C||PSPTIS101||Negotiate translating and interpreting assignments|
|C||PSPTIS060||Analyse texts types for translation of special purpose texts (LOTE-English)|
|C||PSPTIS061||Quality assure translations|
|E||PSPTIS062||Translate special purpose texts from English to LOTE|
|E||PSPTIS064||Read and analyse special purpose English texts to be translated|
|E||SITXLAN006||Read and write documents in an language other than English|
|E||PSPTIS066||Apply theories to translating and interpreting work practices|
|E||PSPTIS067||Demonstrate complex written LOTE proficiency in different subjects and cultural contexts|
|E||PSPTIS069||Maintain and enhance professional practice|
|E||PSPTIS070||Prepare translated transcripts|
|E||PSPTIS071||Translate multimedia source material|
Newton College’s Advanced Diploma of Translating (PSP60816) is made available to the students via face-to-face sessions held in fully equipped, contemporary classes. The training is a blend of theory and practical examinations, both conducted within the college premises. Each student who has enrolled for the course is expected to pass all the 13 units to conclude the training program.
1. For international student course fee details, please refer to the International Student Prospectus .
2. For domestic student course fee details, please contact Newton College.
3. Newton College does not guarantee that:
i) a learner/student will successfully complete a training product on its scope of registration; or
ii) a training product can be completed in a manner which does not meet the requirements of Clause 1.1 and 1.2 of Standards of Registered Training Organisation 2015; or
iii) a learner/student will obtain a particular employment outcome where this is outside the control of the Newton College