Here are some of the regular providers of professional development opportunities:

ASLIA Webinars | AUSIT Webinars | Conversations: Interpreting & Translating Training | 2M Academy

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Regular events




Ongoing

Resilience Mental Health First Aid Certification
Driven

Special offer of 25% off the course price for practitioners who use the code NAATI25.

Eligible for 20 PD points under category 1.5 towards recertification.

Any time


Ongoing


Investigating contributing factors of court and tribunal interpreters’ job satisfaction in Australia survey
Danni Hickey | Masters of Translating and Interpreting RMIT University

This survey project aims to analyse an online self-administered survey distributed to interpreters who work in Australian courts & tribunals. The analysis aims to produce basic demographic data relating to the respondents’ attitudes towards their job satisfaction.

Participants may claim 10 PD points for NAATI recertification under section 2.15


✏️ Click here to participate.

Ends July 1 2022

🖥️ Online


Various dates

Please check link for time and dates

🖥️ Online

June




23

June
2022

NDIS CALD Disability Workshop for Interpreters (Part 1)
AUSIT SANT Branch

This is PART 1 of a two-part webinar workshop (Part 2 is 30 June) conducted by experienced disability advocates Kit Yuan and James Murphy who will take participants through these following topics:

  • What is a disability?
  • Rights of people with disability
  • Cultural understanding of disability and cultural competence
  • When is interpreting supported by NDIS?

Cost
AUSIT members FREE | Non-members FREE


✏️ Click here to register.

6pm-7:35pm ACST (Adelaide)

🖥️ Online


28-29

June
2022

Interpreting for People who have Experienced Sexual Assault
NSW Health Education Centre Against Violence (ECAV)

Cost
NSW Health Care Interpreters – Free
NSW Interpreters engaged by other government and non-government agencies – $80
Private Practitioners and Interstate participants – $200
Morning and afternoon tea are provided, however lunch is not. Eligible for 40 PD points.


✏️ Click here to register.

Registrations close 5 June

9am-5pm

📍 Nth Parramatta, NSW


30

June
2022

NDIS CALD Disability Workshop for Interpreters (Part 2)
AUSIT SANT Branch

This is PART 2 of a two-part webinar workshop conducted by experienced disability advocates Kit Yuan, James Murphy and Angela Duigan who will lead participants through these following topics:

  • What is the NDIS – its complexities and acronyms.
  • The situation of refugees/asylum seekers, visa holders and NDIS access.
  • Early childhood intervention and the role of the interpreter.
  • Reasonable and necessary supports – some scenarios  involving the interpreter in complex conversations.

Cost
AUSIT members FREE | Non-members FREE


✏️ Click here to register.

6pm-7:50pm ACST (Adelaide)

🖥️ Online

July


6

July
2022

Language services for better care of migrant seniors
NAATI, All Graduates, AfCAS

This seminar aims to discuss improving access to quality language services for aged care providers and Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) seniors their families, and communities as well as deepening the skills of the interpreters and translators for aged care settings.

Cost
$15 registration fee | $7.50 for AfCAS members or NAATI-credentialled translators and interpreters (eligible for 10 PD points).


✏️ Click here to register.


8.30am – 11am AWST /
10.30am – 1.00pm AEST

📍 Mt Lawley, WA
🖥️ Online

September


28-29

September
2022

Interpreting for People who have Experienced Domestic and Family Violence
NSW Health Education Centre Against Violence (ECAV)

Cost
NSW Health Care Interpreters – Free
NSW Interpreters engaged by other government and non-government agencies – $80
Private Practitioners and Interstate participants – $200
Morning and afternoon tea are provided, however lunch is not. Eligible for 40 PD points.


✏️ Click here to register.


Registrations close 30 August

📍 Nth Parramatta, NSW

October


7

October
2022

Translating informed consent in maternal healthcare and beyond
University of Edinburgh: School of Literatures, Languages, and Cultures

The colloquium is open to U.K. and international researchers in midwifery, obstetrics, translation and interpreting studies, medical ethics, medical anthropology, medical/health humanities, among other areas, and practitioners in these fields.

Cost: FREE

✏️ Click here to register.


Registrations close 30 June

🖥️ Online