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  • ASLIAQ – 2022 – The ethics of interpreting: Deaf Perspectives Watch Party

    $100.00 (member price: $50.00)

    WATCH PARTY

    **this link is to register for the PD and that you wish to attend the watch party at Griffith University Nathan Campus**

    If you do not wish to come to the watch party please go to this link to register to receive the Zoom link.

    The Ethics of Interpreting: Deaf Perspectives

    What defines a “good” interpreter? Join ASLIAQ and three special guests as we explore how perspective sharing can create ethical practice and working environments.

    Date: Saturday 30th of July

    Time: 6:30PM start – 9:30PM AEST

    Delivery: ‘Watch Party’ at Griffith University Nathan Campus

    Cost: $50 members | $100 non-member

    ~This event is sponsored by Deaf Connect~

    Keynote Presenter: Teresa Blankmeyer Burke, Professor of Philosophy, Gallaudet University

    Topic: “The Ethics of Interpreting as Viewed by A Deaf Philosopher”

    Teresa Blankmeyer Burke

    Teresa Blankmeyer Burke is a Professor of Philosophy at Gallaudet University. She is the first signing Deaf woman to receive a PhD in philosophy in the world, as well as the first Deaf person to receive a PhD in philosophy at the University of New Mexico. Her research interests include bioethics, philosophy of disability, and Deaf philosophy.

    Presenter: Ramas McRae, Auslan Lecturer, La Trobe University

    Topic: “Deaf Interpreter Ethics”

    Ramas McRae

    Ramas McRae is a PhD Student at Deakin University, WFD-WASLI Accredited International Sign Interpreter, NAATI Accredited Deaf Interpreter and currently on academic leave from his Auslan Lecturer position at La Trobe University. He has extensive experience working in the education sector across schools, TAFE, and universities. His research interests include Interpreting in the Deaf Community and Deafhood.

     

    Presenter: Sherrie Beaver

    Sherrie Beaver is a proud Deaf and non binary queer human living Wurundjerg Country belonging to the Kulin Nation people. She works in projects for a no-for-profit organisation and moonlights as an academic in her spare time. Her favourite pastimes are reading, writing, and exploring the backyard.

    NAATI PD Points2.21 (10 points)
    Date30/07/2022
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  • ASLIAQ – 2022 – The ethics of interpreting: Deaf Perspectives Zoom

    $100.00 (member price: $50.00)

    ZOOM

    **This is to register for the zoom link only, to watch from your own device**

    The Ethics of Interpreting: Deaf Perspectives

    What defines a “good” interpreter? Join ASLIAQ and three special guests as we explore how perspective sharing can create ethical practice and working environments.

    Date: Saturday 30th of July

    Time: 6:30PM start – 9:30PM AEST

    Delivery: Zoom

    Cost: $50 members | $100 non-member

    ~This event is sponsored by Deaf Connect~

    Keynote Presenter: Teresa Blankmeyer Burke, Professor of Philosophy, Gallaudet University

    Topic: “The Ethics of Interpreting as Viewed by A Deaf Philosopher”

    Teresa Blankmeyer Burke

    Teresa Blankmeyer Burke is a Professor of Philosophy at Gallaudet University. She is the first signing Deaf woman to receive a PhD in philosophy in the world, as well as the first Deaf person to receive a PhD in philosophy at the University of New Mexico. Her research interests include bioethics, philosophy of disability, and Deaf philosophy.

    Presenter: Ramas McRae, Auslan Lecturer, La Trobe University

    Topic: “Deaf Interpreter Ethics”

    Ramas McRae

    Ramas McRae is a PhD Student at Deakin University, WFD-WASLI Accredited International Sign Interpreter, NAATI Accredited Deaf Interpreter and currently on academic leave from his Auslan Lecturer position at La Trobe University. He has extensive experience working in the education sector across schools, TAFE, and universities. His research interests include Interpreting in the Deaf Community and Deafhood.

     

    Presenter: Sherrie Beaver

    Sherrie Beaver is a proud Deaf and non binary queer human living Wurundjerg Country belonging to the Kulin Nation people. She works in projects for a no-for-profit organisation and moonlights as an academic in her spare time. Her favourite pastimes are reading, writing, and exploring the backyard.

    NAATI PD Points2.21 (10 points)
    Date30/07/2022
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  • Ask Us Anything PD

    $10.00 (member price: $5.00)

    Interpreting In Educational Settings Subcommittee is excited to present,

    Ask Us Anything 

    This PD gives educational interpreters, from all over Australia, the opportunity to ask all the questions they may have been to scared or embarrassed to ask, and have them answered by a panel of experienced and knowledgeable educational interpreters.

    Learning from each other is one of the best ways to improve your practice. That’s why we have given our fellow EIs a zero judgement, 100% confidential platform to, literally, ask us anything.

     

     

    How we have made this 100% CONFIDENTIAL 

    • Send in your questions to ask.us.anything@outlook.com  – Questions will only be seen by our organisers Katie Eales and Daniel Hately (so don’t worry if your name is on your email address)
    • Our facilitator Katie will read the questions out loud to our panellists. All telling information will be redacted
    • Only the panellists and Katie will have their cameras on. Fake zoom names encouraged

     

    Make sure you register for this event to hear all the juicy questions, interesting panellist insights, and all the different perspectives and approaches to being an EI

    Date: 14.6.22

    Time: 6pm – 8pm AEST

    RSVP: 7th June – question submissions will be closed 

    Cost: $5 ASLIA Members, $10 for non members 

    Online Event via Zoom.us

    NAATI Recertification: 2.20 (10 points)

    Auslan Interpreted

    NAATI PD Points2.20 (10 points)
    Date14/06/2022
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  • Emotional Agility, Boundaries & Self Care w/ Chris Cheers

    $20.00 (member price: $10.00)

    Workshop Blurb:
    Although meaningful work, like that of an interpreter, can be an incredibly rewarding part of your life, such work may also lead to challenges to your wellbeing through burnout and stress, especially when navigating the challenges of COVID. This workshop aims to help support you with these challenges through skills in emotional agility, boundaries and self-care, and specific strategies to promote wellbeing through connection to values and what is important to you. This will also be discussed within the context of processing the specific challenges of the last 2 years and the challenges that continue.

    Presenter Bio:
    Chris Cheers is a psychologist and lecturer with a focus on elevating mental health in the arts and LGBTIQ+ community. Chris is a member of the Australian Professional Association for Transgender Health (AusPATH), board-approved Supervisor, and will soon complete a PhD at the Centre for Alcohol and Policy Research at La Trobe University. Chris is a regular contributor in the media and has recently appeared on the ABC, 7am podcast, The Guardian and The Sydney Morning Herald.

    NAATI PD Points1.5 (10 points)
    Date26/04/2022
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  • ASLIAQ 2022 P-Platers Session Ten

    $0.00 (member price: $0.00)

    P-Platers is back for 2022. This year we have more regular sessions and will also focus on building soft-skills.

    P-Platers is a social group for early career interpreters and soon-to-be NAATI certified provisional interpreters. This is a group for ASLIA members (including associate members) from any ASLIA state Association who:

    • have completed their Diploma of Interpreting but are not yet certified, or
    • are Certified Provisional Interpreters – CPI and CPDI

    P-Platers is about peer social support, shared learning and professional networking opportunities such as:

    • Share tips and tricks
    • Discuss ethical quandaries
    • Learn and benefit from other people’s experiences
    • Ask those questions in a safe space
    • Meet new people and build your professional networks
    • Practice your skills
    • Earn NAATI points

    Cost: FREE

    Sessions will be held on Zoom 6pm – 7pm AEST on the following dates:

    19th December

    Register for the P-Platers program to receive communication and updates about sessions.

    NOTE: If you would like to attend a session that is sold out, please email us at qldinfo@aslia.com.au as there is a waiting list. 

    NAATI Points: 1.6 (10 points).

     

     

    NAATI PD Points1.6 (10 points)
    Date19/12/2022
    Must Be A Member
  • ASLIAQ 2022 P-Platers Session Nine

    $0.00 (member price: $0.00)

    P-Platers is back for 2022. This year we have more regular sessions and will also focus on building soft-skills.

    P-Platers is a social group for early career interpreters and soon-to-be NAATI certified provisional interpreters. This is a group for ASLIA members (including associate members) from any ASLIA state Association who:

    • have completed their Diploma of Interpreting but are not yet certified, or
    • are Certified Provisional Interpreters – CPI and CPDI

    P-Platers is about peer social support, shared learning and professional networking opportunities such as:

    • Share tips and tricks
    • Discuss ethical quandaries
    • Learn and benefit from other people’s experiences
    • Ask those questions in a safe space
    • Meet new people and build your professional networks
    • Practice your skills
    • Earn NAATI points

    Cost: FREE

    Sessions will be held on Zoom 6pm – 7pm AEST on the following dates:

    21st November • 19th December

    Register for the P-Platers program to receive communication and updates about sessions.

    NOTE: If you would like to attend a session that is sold out, please email us at qldinfo@aslia.com.au as there is a waiting list. 

    NAATI Points: 1.6 (10 points).

     

     

    NAATI PD Points1.6 (10 points)
    Date21/11/2022
    Must Be A Member
  • ASLIAQ 2022 P-Platers Session Eight

    $0.00 (member price: $0.00)

    P-Platers is back for 2022. This year we have more regular sessions and will also focus on building soft-skills.

    P-Platers is a social group for early career interpreters and soon-to-be NAATI certified provisional interpreters. This is a group for ASLIA members (including associate members) from any ASLIA state Association who:

    • have completed their Diploma of Interpreting but are not yet certified, or
    • are Certified Provisional Interpreters – CPI and CPDI

    P-Platers is about peer social support, shared learning and professional networking opportunities such as:

    • Share tips and tricks
    • Discuss ethical quandaries
    • Learn and benefit from other people’s experiences
    • Ask those questions in a safe space
    • Meet new people and build your professional networks
    • Practice your skills
    • Earn NAATI points

    Cost: FREE

    Sessions will be held on Zoom 6pm – 7pm AEST on the following dates:

    17th October • 21st November • 19th December

    Register for the P-Platers program to receive communication and updates about sessions.

    NOTE: If you would like to attend a session that is sold out, please email us at qldinfo@aslia.com.au as there is a waiting list. 

    NAATI Points: 1.6 (10 points).

     

     

    NAATI PD Points1.6 (10 points)
    Date17/10/2022
    Must Be A Member
  • ASLIAQ 2022 P-Platers Session Seven

    $0.00 (member price: $0.00)

    P-Platers is back for 2022. This year we have more regular sessions and will also focus on building soft-skills.

    P-Platers is a social group for early career interpreters and soon-to-be NAATI certified provisional interpreters. This is a group for ASLIA members (including associate members) from any ASLIA state Association who:

    • have completed their Diploma of Interpreting but are not yet certified, or
    • are Certified Provisional Interpreters – CPI and CPDI

    P-Platers is about peer social support, shared learning and professional networking opportunities such as:

    • Share tips and tricks
    • Discuss ethical quandaries
    • Learn and benefit from other people’s experiences
    • Ask those questions in a safe space
    • Meet new people and build your professional networks
    • Practice your skills
    • Earn NAATI points

    Cost: FREE

    Sessions will be held on Zoom 6pm – 7pm AEST on the following dates:

    19th September • 17th October • 21st November • 19th December

    Register for the P-Platers program to receive communication and updates about sessions.

    NOTE: If you would like to attend a session that is sold out, please email us at qldinfo@aslia.com.au as there is a waiting list. 

    NAATI Points: 1.6 (10 points).

     

     

    NAATI PD Points1.6 (10 points)
    Date19/09/2022
    Must Be A Member