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Graduate Diploma of Auslan-English Interpreting 2016

Posted on 21 October 2015
The Macquarie University's Graduate Diploma of Auslan-English Interpreting 2016 offers professional development for paraprofessional and professional level interpreters working between Auslan and English. For more information see the Enrolment Information Sheet. Please note that applications close on 4 December 2015.
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Master of Translation & Interpreter Studies

Posted on 21 October 2015

Have you completed your Postgraduate Diploma of Auslan-English Interpreting and are thinking about further study at Masters level?

You may be able to apply for the Master of Translation and Interpreting (MTIS) program from 2016. This pathway will suit those wishing to upgrade their existing MQ interpreting qualifications for teaching or employment purposes, and/or to pursue further research in the longer term.

For further information, view the Information Sheet here

 

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National Week of Deaf People

Posted by Communications@NABS on 21 October 2015

National Week of Deaf People (NWDP) is a week long national celebration of Deaf individuals and the Deaf community. NWDP is held from the 3rd Saturday of October each year, so this year, NWDP week runs from Saturday 17 October through to Friday 23 October.

For more information, visit Deaf Australia.

 

 

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Interpreters Wanted for Australian Deaf Games!

Posted on 22 September 2015

Attention Interpreters!

The Australian Deaf Games will be held in Adelaide from 9-16 January 2016.

They are currently looking for interpreters interested in volunteering at the Games. If you are interested, please register your interest at http://austdeafgames.org.au/Volunteer-Application

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Breakthrough Braille phone

Posted on 19 May 2015

A new caption-braille device is being trialled in Australia.  The device will help Deaf and blind people make phone calls and have conversations easily. 

More Information: Deafblind Australian makes historic call with breakthrough Braille phone

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