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    ASLIAQ Winter School 2013 ‘FEATURES OF AUSLAN: LESS SIGNS MORE VISUAL’

    $40.00 (member price: $20.00)

    ASLIAQ 2013 Winter School Recording

    The following webinar was originally presented at the ASLIAQ Winter School held in 2013; filmed and produced by BTW Media and copyrighted to ASLIAQ. All content should considered in that context.

    Stef Linder  ‘FEATURES OF AUSLAN: LESS SIGNS MORE VISUAL’
    This workshop is delivered hands on and will use practical activities such as use of space, role shift and depicting signs. This is an opportunity to develop and/ or to master these practical yet most useful tools for everyday Auslan and interpreting. The workshop aims for participants to leave with a great use of Auslan

     

    NAATI Recertification Catalogue

    Author/sASLIAQ
    Revalidation PointsPlease see the NAATI Recertification Catalogue
    Contact emailqldinfo@aslita.au
    NAATI PD PointsPlease see the NAATI Recertification Catalogue
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    ASLIAQ Winter School 2013 ‘IT’S NOT WHAT YOU SAY, IT’S THE WAY THAT YOU SAY IT: AUSLAN TO ENGLISH INTERPRETING SKILLS’

    $40.00 (member price: $20.00)

    ASLIAQ 2013 Winter School Recording

    The following webinar was originally presented at the ASLIAQ Winter School held in 2013; filmed and produced by BTW Media and copyrighted to ASLIAQ. All content should considered in that context.

    Dr Maree Madden  ‘IT’S NOT WHAT YOU SAY, IT’S THE WAY THAT YOU SAY IT: AUSLAN TO ENGLISH INTERPRETING SKILLS’
    This workshop will examine the following topics:
    – some of difficulties that Auslan interpreters encounter when interpreting from Auslan to English.;
    – important elements of Auslan to English interpreting;
    – vocabulary choice and sentence structure; and
    – appropriate use of vocal intonation and phrasing to enhance interpreting quality

    NAATI Recertification Catalogue

    Author/sASLIAQ
    Revalidation PointsPlease see the NAATI Recertification Catalogue
    Contact emailqldinfo@aslita.au
    NAATI PD PointsPlease see the NAATI Recertification Catalogue
    Add to cart
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    ASLIAQ Winter School 2013

    $70.00 (member price: $35.00)

    ASLIAQ 2013 Winter School Recordings

    The following webinars were originally presented at the ASLIAQ Winter School held in 2013; filmed and produced by BTW Media and copyrighted to ASLIAQ. All content should considered in that context.

    Recording 1: Dr Maree Madden  ‘ITS NOT WHAT YOU SAY, IT’S THE WAY THAT YOU SAY IT: AUSLAN TO ENGLISH INTERPRETING SKILLS’
    This workshop will examine the following topics:
    – some of difficulties that Auslan interpreters encounter when interpreting from Auslan to English.;
    – important elements of Auslan to English interpreting;
    – vocabulary choice and sentence structure; and
    – appropriate use of vocal intonation and phrasing to enhance interpreting quality

    Recording 2: Stef Linder  ‘FEATURES OF AUSLAN: LESS SIGNS MORE VISUAL’
    This workshop is delivered hands on and will use practical activities such as use of space, role shift and depicting signs. This is an opportunity to develop and/ or to master these practical yet most useful tools for everyday Auslan and interpreting. The workshop aims for participants to leave with a great use of Auslan

     

    NAATI Recertification Catalogue

    Author/sASLIAQ
    Revalidation PointsPlease see the NAATI Recertification Catalogue
    Contact emailqldinfo@aslita.au
    NAATI PD PointsPlease see the NAATI Recertification Catalogue
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  • ASLIA Interpreters- An Emerging Profession. 1990 – 2013 (NSW)

    $40.00$75.00

    Please note: this event is open only to those who were Auslan/English or Deaf interpreters (this includes non-accredited interpreting) in either a paid or voluntary capacity between 1990 – 2013. Those who meet these criteria are invited to this weekend and to complete the online survey. ASLITA membership is not required for this event however your memory and stories are.

    The “ASLIA Interpreters: An emerging profession 1990 – 2013” is a two-day event that will document the evolution of interpreting as a new profession throughout this period in the late 20th century. After the history, transition and growth of interpreting in the ’80s, it was realised more interpreters were needed and a strategy to grow interpreting numbers was to train people. This meant that courses needed to be developed. The history of this new emerging profession is not documented and seriously needs to be.

    This weekend and the survey that ASLITA has developed is aimed at gathering this important historical information so it can be documented and a resource produced that can be utilised in future training courses. If you interpreted during the 80’s and continued or started in the ’90’s or the 2000’s, your information is needed! The survey can be done before or after the May 2024 weekend. Coming to the weekend and hearing the presentations and about the events that took place may well remind you of more of your history.  There will also be a dinner on Saturday night and plenty of opportunities to reconnect with friends and colleagues.  The face-to-face event will be filmed, and a highlights’ video will be available online for purchase at a later date.

    Stay tuned for who the guest speakers will be on this weekend.

    Date: 18 – 19 May 2024

    Time: 18th Saturday May 2024 8:30am – 4.45pm. Optional dinner 6pm (at own expense) // Sunday 19th May 8:30am – 1:00pm

    Cost: $75.00 – Includes 1.5 day registration / light lunch / morning and afternoon teas.
    Location: Deaf Connect Meeting Rooms, 69 Phillip St, Parramatta NSW 2150
    RSVP by: 10th May 2024

    Thank you to our sponsors:

    NAATI PD Points1.4 - 40 points
    Date18/05/2024
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  • ASLIAQ 2024 P-Platers November

    $0.00

    New Year, New P-Platers! They’re back, baby, for another year of ethical dilemmas, interpreting challenges and social chats, and this year, there’s the wonderful Madison Rossetto joining the team. This year the focus will be on self-care, working with over 65s, Deaf+, theatre/music interpreting, and the difficulties interpreters face.

     

    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

    November 25th

    NAATI Points: 1.6 (10 points).

    NAATI PD Points1.6 (10 points)
    Date25/11/2024
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  • ASLIAQ 2024 P-Platers October

    $0.00

    New Year, New P-Platers! They’re back, baby, for another year of ethical dilemmas, interpreting challenges and social chats, and this year, there’s the wonderful Madison Rossetto joining the team. This year the focus will be on self-care, working with over 65s, Deaf+, theatre/music interpreting, and the difficulties interpreters face.

     

    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

    October 28th | November 25th

    NAATI Points: 1.6 (10 points).

    NAATI PD Points1.6 (10 points)
    Date28/10/2024
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  • ASLIAQ 2024 P-Platers September

    $0.00

    New Year, New P-Platers! They’re back, baby, for another year of ethical dilemmas, interpreting challenges and social chats, and this year, there’s the wonderful Madison Rossetto joining the team. This year the focus will be on self-care, working with over 65s, Deaf+, theatre/music interpreting, and the difficulties interpreters face.

     

    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

    September 23rd |October 28th | November 25th

    NAATI Points: 1.6 (10 points).

    NAATI PD Points1.6 (10 points)
    Date23/09/2024
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  • ASLIAQ 2024 P-Platers August

    $0.00

    New Year, New P-Platers! They’re back, baby, for another year of ethical dilemmas, interpreting challenges and social chats, and this year, there’s the wonderful Madison Rossetto joining the team. This year the focus will be on self-care, working with over 65s, Deaf+, theatre/music interpreting, and the difficulties interpreters face.

     

    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

    August 26th | September 23rd |October 28th | November 25th

    NAATI Points: 1.6 (10 points).

    NAATI PD Points1.6 (10 points)
    Date26/08/2024
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