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see People interested in training and qualifying as an interpreter must:
- Fluently speak a Goldfields Aboriginal language as a first language.
- Understand and speak English to a high level.
- Undertake interpreter training with GALC.
- Undertake assessment with the National Accreditation Authority for Translators and Interpreters.
- Be available for interpreting jobs on a 24 hour roster.
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click Expressions of interest close end of December 2017.