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NDIS Workshop - Bundaberg (November)

Posted by Communications@NABS on 31 October 2017

NABS and NICSS is holding a free NDIS information workshop in Bundaberg on Thursday 23 November 2017.

Click here to download flyer.

You can RSVP online, through email or SMS:

  • Online - click here

  • Email - communications@nabs.org.au

  • SMS - 0408 908 102

 

Posted in: Interpreter News Deaf Community News  

NDIS Workshop - Ipswich (October)

Posted by Communications@NABS on 26 September 2017

NABS and NICSS is holding a free NDIS information workshop in Ipswich on Thursday 26 October 2017 from 10am-12pm.

Click here to download flyer.

You can RSVP online, through email or SMS:

  • Online - click here

  • Email - communications@nabs.org.au

  • SMS - 0408 908 102

 

Posted in: Interpreter News Deaf Community News  

NDIS Workshop - Rockhampton

Posted on 24 August 2017

NABS and NICSS is holding a free NDIS information workshop in Rockhampton on Wednesday 11 October 2017.

Click here to download flyer. 

You can RSVP online, through email or SMS:

  • Online - click here

  • Email - communications@nabs.org.au

  • SMS - 0408 908 102

 

 

Posted in: Interpreter News Deaf Community News  

NDIS Workshop - Bundaberg

Posted on 24 August 2017

NABS and NICSS is holding a free NDIS information workshop in Bundaberg on Wednesday 18 October 2017. 

Click here to download flyer. 

You can RSVP online, through email or SMS:

  • Online - click here

  • Email - communications@nabs.org.au

  • SMS - 0408 908 102

Posted in: Interpreter News Deaf Community News  

NABS Staff profile - Sarah Aldred

Posted by Communications@NABS on 13 June 2017

Q&A with our Contact Centre Manager

What is your role?

I started working at NABS in August 2016.   I am the NABS Contact Centre Manager. I look after the booking officers here.

Tell us a little about yourself and your professional background

I previously taught in primary school and at one time  I ran my own business. Before I started working at NABS, I was a Trainer with Toll Companies in Queensland.

What is the best part of your job?

I am very lucky to be working with a great and hard-working team who focus on communicating with deaf clients, interpreters and health practices promptly.

The team enjoys the challenge to always get an interpreter booked quickly for the deaf client.

So we know a little more about you, what things can you not live without?

Coffee, my cat (Mittens - he is spoilt), my kids (Abby and Maya), my husband.

Is there something that might surprise us about you?

I was a Level 10 State Gymnast way, way, way back!


Thank you Sarah!

 

NABS Winter 2017 e-newsletter

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