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VIC Branch Presents: Professional considerations for sight translation in legal settings

  • 13 July 2024
  • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM (AEST)
  • NAATI Victorian Office
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VIC Branch Presents

Professional considerations for sight translation in legal settings

On-site Event
Saturday 13 July 2024

10:00 AM - 12:00 PM AEST



Registrations close 1 July 2024

In this practical workshop, participants will learn about how to approach sight translation when working in legal settings, including:

  • Common text types you might be asked to sight translate
  • The limitations of sight translation and when to recommend written translation
  • Ethical considerations when asked to sight translate a text
  • Recommendations for best practices for sight translation
  • Sight translation practice

This workshop is designed for interpreters who:

  • Have received only limited training on sight translation
  • Want to expand their services into legal settings, and build skills and confidence in this area
  • Have CPI and aim to upgrade their certification to CI

A survey will be circulated closer to the event and provide participants with an opportunity to raise topics they'd like covered during the workshop.

Participants are welcome to bring their own laptop or notebook to take notes during the workshop.

Biography - Jemma Ives

Jemma Ives is specialist legal interpreter, a translator and an interpreting trainer at Monash University. She has dedicated her working life to language and communication, and has extensive experience working in both corporate and community contexts. She believes in the power of sharing and collaboration between colleagues. Jemma is a member of the Editorial Committee for In Touch magazine and in her free time she volunteers for Guide Dogs Victoria and loves going out to gigs in Melbourne.

Public transport to the venue

From Flinders Street Station, you can catch a tram up Elizabeth Street, alight at Bourke Street Mall/Elizabeth street and walk across 1 block (about 5 minutes).

From Southern Cross Station, you can catch a tram along Bourke Street, alight at Queen Street/Bourke Street and walk up half a block (about 3 minutes).

Venue parking information

Paid parking in bays and parking garages is available nearby. We recommend planning your parking arrangements in advance if you plan to drive.

PD Logbook

Introductory PD.
Please  consult the NAATI Recertification Catalogue to allocate the relevant PD Points - downloadable from
www.naati.com.au Some activities can be included under different categories, so please choose the most appropriate category for your recertification purposes.


Certificates and recordings

Certificates for PD purposes may take approximately two (2) weeks to be released following the event.


This is a face-to-face event and will not be recorded.




 


Saturday 13 July 2024
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM AEST

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NAATI Victorian Office - Level 10, 179 Queen Street, Melbourne Vic 3000




 


AUSIT Members - AUD $30

AUSIT Student Members - AUD $15

Members of ASLIA, NZSTI and associations that are FIT-ITF members - AUD $30

Non-Members
- AUD $75







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