Revalidation is how translators and interpreters with NAATI accreditation can show that they are still active and committed to the industry.
If your accreditation has an expiry date, you are required to revalidate if you would like to keep your accreditation. To revalidate, you will need to provide sufficient evidence of your work and professional development over the past three years.
Once you have revalidated, before its expiry, your accreditation will be valid for a further three years.
NAATI will no longer be accepting revalidation applications after 31 December 2017.