For Members of the Public, Professionals and Organisations working with Interpreters and/or Translators
Guidelines for Legal Settings
Guidelines for Health Care Settings
Guidelines for Community Translations
Guidelines for Cultural Institutions using Translations
The AUSIT Code of Ethics
Dangers of Not Working with Qualified Practitioners
Videos & Podcasts
The AUSIT National Conference is Australia’s peak industry forum for professionals working across the diverse disciplines that make up the translation and interpreting (T&I) industry. It provides a platform on which practitioners, linguists, academics, language service providers, trainers, government agencies and other stakeholders meet annually to discuss issues pertinent to T&I, and the various specialisations, approaches, theories, tools and technologies involved.
The conference is an extensive, intensive and inspiring event at which new ideas are generated, disciplinary boundaries are crossed, and knowledge about research and practice is shared. Delegates from all walks of T&I can deepen their knowledge in specialised areas, discover new avenues to explore, and get to know colleagues who share their interests. At the same time, sponsors can connect with the T&I community, demonstrate their products and services to their target audience, and gain insight into how they can best support the vital work performed by T&I professionals in bridging cultural and linguistic barriers on a daily basis and at every level of life in our global village.
Past keynote speakers include Professor Paul R Frommer (creator of an entire language, Na’vi, for the box-office hit Avatar); bestselling author and historian Don Watson; and the Honourable Justice François Kunc (instrumental in creating the Recommended National Standards for Working with Interpreters in Courts and Tribunals).
For a quick overview of a conference, check out this video snapshot created during the 36th AUSIT National Conference, hosted by the University of New South Wales in Sydney, NSW in 2023.
for court interpreters to report incidents or issues that occur in court interpreting assignments.
Purpose and function of this information submission form.
This form enables you to report issues or problems that you encounter in the course of court interpreting assignments. These issues and problems will be collected by AUSIT to report to the JCCD (the Judicial Council on Cultural Diversity) to monitor the implementation of the Recommended National Standards. The reporting of these issues and problems enables AUSIT to work with the JCCD to suggest steps to address these issues and to avoid the repetition of these problems in the future.
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