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Survey: Learning Experience and Workplace Practice of Sight Translation

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Sight translation is something all interpreters are familiar with but how it is taught and used in the community interpr...

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NAATI Launches Chatbot

30 Mar 2021

We have recently launched the NAATI chatbot, which we hope will be able to help you with any basic enquiries you might h...

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Addressing Regional Challenges in Interpreting

17 Mar 2021

Tasmanian NAATI Regional Advisory Committee (RAC) Wanda Buza, Chair The difficulty of obtaining the service of credentia...

April 2021

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Peter Bonser

Peter Bonser is a NAATI Certified Interpreter in Auslan and English with a background in Community Services and is recently retired from the Auslan Panel.