Study the NAATI Diploma of Interpreting (English & Mandarin)

  • Study to become a qualified interpreter today
  • Enrol in PSP50916 Diploma of Interpreting LOTE-English (CRICOS 091761E)
  • Pass the internal final exam to be recommended for NAATI accreditation – paraprofessional level

Industry accreditation

  • 20 training weeks + 3 weeks for reassessment, catch up class and holidays
  • Schedule: 20 contact hours per week
  • Delivery mode: Face to face training
  • Campus location and delivery site: Level 1&2, 337-339 La Trobe Street, Melbourne 3000 VIC

NAATI accreditation can be used to claim Credentialled Community Language (CCL)  points for migration proposes. 



Course Code


CRICOS Course Code


Course Length

24 weeks of full-time study

Course Description:

The Certificate II in Spoken and Written English provides a general framework for you to develop English language and literacy skills to undertake further education and training, seek and maintain employment and participate in the general community.

Graduates of the Certificate in Spoken and Written English II (CSWE II) will be able to apply the knowledge gained from this qualification for simple everyday transactional and limited social needs, while providing the necessary foundation upon which you can continue your language, literacy and numeracy development.

The courses contained within the CSWE framework may be aligned to Australian Core Skills Framework (ACSF), International Second Language Proficiency Rating (ISLPR) and International English Language Testing System (IELTS).

The levels which equate to CSWE II are:

  • ACSF 2
  • ISLPR 1
  • IELTS 4
  • TOEFL internet based score 30 or TOEFL 397 paper based


To participate in CSWE I, the student must have completed one of the following:

  • 10362NAT – Certificate I in Spoken and Written English
  • IELTS general 3
  • TOEFL internet based score 25 or TOEFL 377 paper based
  • GBCA’s entry level 2 exam

Course Structure:

Unit Code Unit Name
SWELRN201A Intermediate learning strategies
SWEINF204A Comprehending and giving spoken information
SWETEL205A Comprehending and participating in telephone exchanges
SWEINT207A Comprehending and participating in simple interviews
SWEFOR208A Comprehending written instructions and completing formatted texts
SWENEW211A Comprehending news and information texts
SWEOPI213A Comprehending and composing opinion texts

GBCA IELTS students exceed expectations

When our IELTS students first arrived at GBCA in August, they averaged 2.5 in IELTS writing. By the time they did the IELTS exam two and a half weeks later, their scores had doubled to an average 6.0. Thanks to our wonderful teachers Barbara Rose and John Giatrakos for inspiring our students to excel. And congratulations to all of our IELTS students who studied their best to achieve these results.

Global Business College of Australia joins the China Chamber of Commerce Australia


9th of September: The China Chamber of Commerce Australia (CCCA) hosted the 2016 General Meeting in a gala banquet event held in the Sheraton Hotel in Melbourne.

Eman Liu, CEO of the Global Business College of Australia (GBCA) was welcomed as a new member at the event. As a major annual Chinese business gathering in Australia, the gala was attended by more than 70 Chinese entrepreneurs, as well as the new Chinese Consul General in Melbourne Zhao Jian, Commercial Counsellor Wang Xiao Jia and Consul Dai Wei, who moderated the event.

The CCCA was established in 2006; it is a not-for-profit organization funded by the Australian Chinese Embassy with chapters in Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne and Perth. The Chamber was established to serve the business interests of their members, while promoting Sino-Australian economic and trade relationships.

In August 2016, GBCA passed the CCCA Board review to become a CCCA member. For GBCA, this membership marks a landmark opportunity to contribute to a broader public platform and to play a stronger social responsibility role in Sino-Australian business relations.

As a Chinese private education institution with its first international campus in Australia, GBCA promotes overseas education by building closer bilateral ties between Australia and China.

In her inaugural CCCA member’s speech, Eman Liu stated: “we will integrate academic fields to contribute to the future development of the education industry in Australia. In addition, we aim to develop a systemic educational system, while continuing to learn and exchange ideas in the academic communities of Australia and China.”

To find out more about the Global Business College of Australia, please call:
PH: +61 (3) 9041 3050.

To learn more about the China Chamber of Commerce Australia visit: