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Professional Interpreters and Vicarious Trauma: An Australian Perspective

04 Sep 2020

A paper in the Qualitative Health Research Journal by Dr Miranda Lai and Dr Susie Costello. Abstract This qualitative st...

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Information for Candidates | August 2020

12 Aug 2020

COVID-19 Information for Candidates NAATI has been conducting in-person Certified Provisional Interpreter (CPI) and Cert...

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New Perth Office!

11 Aug 2020

The new Perth office is conveniently located at 49 Oxford Close in West Leederville, 230m from the Leederville train sta...

September 2020

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Camille Lapierre

Camille Lapierre is a NAATI Certified Conference Interpreter in French, AUSIT NSW Branch Chair and a tutor for interpreting courses at University of New South Wales (UNSW).