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  • Deafblind Communication Workshop

    $80.00 (member price: $50.00)

    Have you always wondered what Deafblind Communication looks like, but never taken the plunge into working with Deafblind people?
    Or
    Would you like to further polish your Deafblind Communication skills?

    Well, then this is the workshop for you!

    Presented by a showstopping lineup of wonderful Deafblind individuals all with varying and unique communication methods. They will let you in on their worlds and the best practises when communicating with Deafblind people, so you can feel confident and empowered to be working more in those spaces.

    NAATI PD Points1.4 (20 pts) Or 2.2 (20 pts)
    Date06/08/2022
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  • ASLIA (WA) 2022 Bowling

    $25.00 (member price: $25.00)

    $25 members
    2 games with food & drink available to purchase.

    Teams of 5
    Register with a group organised – No team? No worries! Email us and we’ll put you in a team.
    Please email your team members to committee2@asliawa.org

    Face to Face only

    NAATI PD Points3.11 (10 points)
    Date01/05/2022
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  • ASLIAQ 2022 How Magic is created in Theatre Interpreting

    $100.00 (member price: $50.00)

    ASLIAQ in partnership with Sunnybank Theatre Group present:

    How Magic is created in Theatre Interpreting

    Date: Saturday 21st May 2022

    Time: 10am – 4pm

    Where: Sunnybank Theatre Group venue – 14 Mains Rd – Sunnybank

    Price: $50 members  |  $100 non-members

    Morning/afternoon tea provided – Bring your own lunch

    This PD is open to interpreters, student interpreters, language consultants and budding language consultants and sets out to weave together 3 important threads when providing an Auslan interpreted performance.  Sunnybank Theatre will share what they do in producing a production from the moment the idea is conceived until opening night.  Bobbie Blackson will share her perspective as a Deaf patron as well as her knowledge and experience as a Deaf Language consultant and how this shapes the Auslan interpreted performance. Megan Bytheway and Zane Hema are experienced theatre interpreters and have worked together on a number of performances in and will share their knowledge and experience.

    Open to students, practising interpreters and Language Consultants

    Sponsored by Auslan Connections

    NAATI PD Points1.4 (20 Points)
    Date21/05/2022
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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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  • ASLIA (WA) 2022 Ethics Quiz Party

    $20.00 (member price: $10.00)

    Yes! A quiz based on ethics can be a party!

    Come and join us for a virtual Sunday brunch, with a quiz testing your ethical knowledge to get those much sought after NAATI Recertification points in Category 2.20 (you know, those ethic specific ones!).

    Join us via Zoom and Kahoot!

    10 April 2022
    10am AWST
    $10 members
    $20 non-members

    The quiz will be delivered in Auslan (with written English visuals via Kahoot!). If you require Auslan to English interpretation, please contact us: president@asliawa.org

    NAATI PD Points2.20 (10 points)
    Date10/04/2022
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  • Breaking Down the Stigma of Mental Health

    $0.00

    Auslan Services and ASLIA Vic/Tas have joined forces with the Malthouse Theatre to host a wonderful PD and Social Event.
    Our two presenters bring both persional and professional perspectives on mental health.

    Please register by March 17 for catering purposes.
    Looking forward to seeing you all in person!

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  • ASLIA (WA) 2022 Early Career Interpreters – what you need to know… Livestream

    $90.00 (member price: $45.00)

    Early Career Interpreters! Starting out in the profession? In your first months, or even first few years?

    This is the PD for you!

    General tips and tricks for interpreting in the community

    Q&A with a panel of interpreters from different levels of experience.

    Current Diploma of Auslan students with an eye to interpreting are also welcome 🙂

    Event will now be livestreamed.

    Please note – all times are AWST (+8GMT). Adjust to your time zone accordingly.
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    NAATI PD Points1.4 (10 points)
    Date12/03/2022
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  • LISTENING DIFFERENTLY – “Listening” for Interpreters

    $50.00 (member price: $25.00)

    A workshop on how we listen (hint – it’s not about our ears!) – and the effects of how our listening influences our work as interpreters.

     

    An interactive online workshop over 3 hours, covering:

    * The interpreter’s schema – Listening to others using our past, and how others might listen to us in the present.

    * Listening to feedback – A psychological framework to understand why it’s hard, and some practices to make it easier.

    NAATI PD Points2.20
    Date12/02/2022
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