I mean no disrespect, but why are you wanting to breed her? Here's some food for thought.
If you are just trying to let her be happy, cockatiels can spend their entire lives as pets happily never nesting-- and truly, they often live longer lives if they are not stressing their bodies with eggs and rearing chicks. Are you prepared for what to do if she abandons one or all of the chicks? Hand-feeding can be rewarding, but it can be exhausting, messy, and very time intensive... not to mention that if you do it incorrectly you can kill the chick or otherwise harm it. Improper nutrition at this stage of life can lead to life-long heath problems in the bird, too.
If you are breeding for other reasons, please consider that most of the bird rescues in the USA are overflowing and turning away new cockatiels right now.
Do you know the history of her parents? Does any of the birds in the line form her or his past have a history of health, genetic, or chronic egg laying problems? A big problem amongst cockatiels is that historically breeders have irresponsibly bred the hen cocktaiels that produced the most eggs and the most clutches-- which makes sense, until you realize that a cockatiel is not a chicken and her body is not made to lay eggs and lay eggs and lay eggs. If you want to read some heartbreaking stories, read the people whose beloved pet hen cockatiels become chronic egg layers and develop serious health problems. Nothing is worse than having loved pet turn into a series of expensive vet bills-- or worse, to have her die early from egg binding or other complications. Some people, myself included, struggle for years with chronic egg problems.
I'm not trying to scare you off of it. I just wanted to make sure you understood what it all means. :) If you decide to breed-- go for it, no one will stop you! But make sure you are prepared and educated.