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* We are looking for interested people to assist ASLIA Vic. If you are a member and are keen to contribute to the industry, email firstname.lastname@example.org
* The ASLIA Victoria John Michael Lovett bursary is for the exclusive purpose of supporting the ongoing education of practising interpreters. This bursary is to honour the memory and to recognise John Michael Lovett for his support towards interpreters and interpreter training. Each financial year an amount of $500 will be awarded to one successful applicant which, ultimately, contributes to the advancement of sign language interpreting in Victoria. See under the Policies, Guidelines and Forms section for information on how to apply.
To view the ASLIA calendar for all ASLIA Vic PD’s & Events for 2017 – Click here
More details for each event will be advertised closer to each date
A full list of our available webinars can be found here
ASLIA Vic/Melbourne Polytechnic – Interpreter Pathways
Policies, Guidelines and Forms
Thank you to our supporters!
* ASLIA Vic is proud to announce financial support from Deafness Foundation to assist with ASLIA Vic workshops. This funding is to be put towards the provision of interpreting services, venue hire and captioning of recorded PD workshops for the purpose of creating accessible webinars. ASLIA Vic is grateful for this support and looks forward to continuing this partnership into the future.
* We would also like to acknowledge the support of Auslan Services of our Reflective Practise case study sessions.
Statement following the Medical Interpreting Services Forum
Also included in this post are the PowerPoints from Deaf Australia Incand National Auslan Interpreter Booking and Payment Service (NABS)and the statement from NDIS National Disability Insurance Scheme.
Please remember to keep all discussions respectful.
You can contact Jen Blyth via email: email@example.com, SMS: 0431 476 721 or Skype: JenAtDeafVictoria.
You can contact Julie via email: firstname.lastname@example.org or SMS/Phone: 0407 568 869
The LiveStream is currently being uploaded to YouTube – we will advise when it is ready.
Questions from the Forum
Deaf Australia PowerPoint