Candidates must have a suitable device for the test delivery – a computer, laptop or tablet that has a camera and microphone. Your phone will be used as a second camera to record your environment and must be located behind or beside you.
The test must be completed in a location that is free of distractions, background noise and other people. The test location will be checked at the start of the test.
Devices (including mobile phones, laptops, tablets and other smart devices) other than the device being used to take the test must be turned off. Any candidates using a device to record or photograph test materials or communicate with a third party will have their test cancelled.
In order to take the test, candidates will need to provide proof of their identity (i.e. the photo ID provided with your application –normally your driver’s licence or passport). This should be shown to the camera prior to the start of the test.
If there is any doubt as to the identity of the test taker, the test results will not be issued.
The video of the test will be recorded and reviewed prior to the test performance being assessed. Any non-compliance to NAATI’s test policy may result in the test being invalidated.
All candidates will be required to be online and logged in to the session at the time advised. If you’re late, you will not be tested.