Over four weeks, we aim to increase participants’ knowledge of the field, provide resources for further learning and research, and a space for reflection on the application of professional ethics and interpreting skills in this area. Participants can register for individual modules, but should be aware that the modules have been developed in a scaffolded approach where knowledge and pertinent vocabulary is built from one module to the next. Seminars 1 to 3 are a repeat of popular sessions delivered in 2020, but Seminar 4 is new to the program.
See below links for further information on each seminar. Please note you will need to register and pay for each seminar individually.
Seminar 1 - Introduction to Legal Interpreting
Friday 17 September 2021 2pm - 5pm (AEST)
Seminar 2 - Courts and Tribunals
Thursday 23 September 2021 2pm - 5pm (AEST)
Seminar 3 - Interpreters in Court
Friday 1 October 2021 2pm - 5pm (AEST)
Seminar 4 - Courtroom protocols and interpreting modes
Friday 8 October 2021 2pm - 5pm (AEDT)