AUSIT Webinars

The Australian Institute of Interpreters and Translators is pleased to offer webinars to translators and interpreters as part of our comprehensive professional development program.

If you have been unable to attend a webinar at the specified time, you may still purchase the right to view any of our previous webinars below.

AUSIT Webinars

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Picture of the productWebinar 2 Medical Specialisations (INDIVIDUAL PURCHASE)
Familiarization With Two Medical Specialisations

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Picture of the productWebinar 2 Medical Specialisations (INSTITUTIONAL PURCHASE)
This webinar is the same as the individual one (above), however institutions such as Universities and Educational providers may purchase this version in order to make this available to all staff and students of the organisation

Regular price: 150.00
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Member discount: 33%
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Picture of the productWebinar Ethical Decision-Making (INDIVIDUAL PURCHASE)
Interpreting and translation involve managing professional relationships, and require fast situational judgement and sound professional decision making skills. This webinar will provide interpreters and translators with a framework for reflecting on ethical and other professional practice challenges. In the webinar, we will analyse professional practice challenges using the Demand-Control Schema framework, explore the goal-based (teleological) approach to ethics and professional decision making models. Participants will apply the ethical decision-making framework to authentic interpreting and translation scenarios. Speaker: Anna Kenny is a Professional Development Coordinator with NSW Health Care Interpreter Services. She develops and facilitates education and training programs for healthcare interpreters across NSW, and teaches a multilingual interpreting class at Macquarie University. She completed a Master's Degree in Interpreting and Translation Pedagogy at Macquarie University. 10 PD POINTS (section 1.1 of the revalidation logbook)

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Picture of the productWebinar Ethical Decision-Making (INSTITUTIONAL PURCHASE)
This webinar is the same as the individual one (above), however institutions such as Universities and Educational providers may purchase this version in order to make this available to all staff and students of the organisation.

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Picture of the productWebinar Police Interviewing - (INDIVIDUAL PURCHASE)
Understanding international approaches for best practice interpreting The focus of this webinar will be the detailed analysis of the language used by participants in police intervierws. 20 PD Points (Section 3.1 of the revalidation logbook)

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Picture of the productWebinar Police Interviewing - (INSTITUTIONAL PURCHASE)
This webinar is the same as the individual one (above), however institutions such as Universities and Educational providers may purchase this version in order to make this available to all staff and students of the organisation.

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Picture of the productWebinar Accuracy of Interp & Transltng (INDIVIDUAL PURCHASE)
Accuracy is one of the AUSIT Code of Ethics' principle ethical requirements for interpreters and translators. Most practitioners would also agree that this is their primary responsibility. However, the concept of accuracy is a complex one which is often 'interpreted' in many different ways. This presentation will argue that the meaning of accuracy depends on the type and mode of interpreting, the setting where the interpreter works, the institutional requirements and the working conditions under which an interpreter is working, as well as the type of text to be translated and the brief or skopos of the translation task. The presentation discusses the feasibility of achieving the ideal standards in light of the lack of regulation about I&T training and inadequate working conditions

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Picture of the productWebinar Accuracy of Interp&Transltng(INSTITUTIONAL PURCHASE)
This webinar is the same as the individual one (above), however institutions such as Universities and Educational providers may purchase this version in order to make this available to all staff and students of the organisation.

Regular price: 150.00
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Picture of the productWebinar Meaning-based Translt & Interp (INDIVIDUAL PURCHASE)
This PD session aims to give participants a broad basic understanding of the concept of "meaning-based" translating and interpreting by:
- briefly reviewing the development of various views and approaches over the last half-century, and
- exploring the concept of "equivalence in meaning" in more depth.
Many practitioners may at times have had the experience of being asked to justify their linguistic decisions, and it helps if we understand what constitutes "good quality" in translating and interpreting, what approaches may be appropriate, and most importantly the reasons why some approaches are more appropriate than others.


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Picture of the productWebinar Meaning-based Trnslt & Intrp(INSTITUTIONAL PURCHASE)
This webinar is the same as the individual one. However institutions such as Universities and Educational providers may purchase this version in order to make this available to all staff and students of the organisation.
This PD session aims to give participants a broad basic understanding of the concept of "meaning-based" translating and interpreting by:
- briefly reviewing the development of various views and approaches over the last half-century, and
- exploring the concept of "equivalence in meaning" in more depth.
Many practitioners may at times have had the experience of being asked to justify their linguistic decisions, and it helps if we understand what constitutes "good quality" in translating and interpreting, what approaches may be appropriate, and most importantly the reasons why some approaches are more appropriate than others.


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