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Ethics Seminar - Reviewing the Code of Ethics
Please Note Amended Date: Friday 2 February 2018

 

 
Dear Firstname

As practitioners, we are well aware that it can be challenging when trying to resolve ethical dilemmas encountered in our daily professional work. We are often left to wonder whether the choices we make are truly in accordance with our ethical principles. In this workshop, we will refresh our knowledge of the AUSIT Code of Ethics and workshop different ethical scenarios that occur in our daily practice.

Speaker:

Bing Lee Teh has practised as a professional interpreter and translator in local and international settings for many years and still continues to practise on a casual basis.

She has an Advanced Diploma of Translating and Interpreting and a Master of Social Science in Translating and Interpreting Studies from RMIT University.

Bing is currently the program coordinator for the Advanced Diploma of Translating and Advanced Diploma of Interpreting at the RMIT University. She develops and facilitates workshops, classes and training programs for Translating and Interpreting students as well as practitioners. She has taught Translating and Interpreting theory, Ethics, Technology as well as translating and interpreting skills since 2008. Bing is passionate about the training of translators and interpreters and researching different aspects of the translating and interpreting profession.

PD Points: 10 (Under section 2.21 of the new recertification catalogue)

The School is located near Hackett Drive, Entrance n. 1. There is visitor parking-car park n.3 $2/h. Additional parking available on Hackett Drive itself-same rates.

 
Kind Regards,

Your local AUSIT branch

 

Friday 2 February 2018
4:00pm – 6:00pm

 

University of Western Australia Law School
Law Moot Court G06

 

Free!

 

 

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