Friday, 10 November 2017 (Applications now closed)
April 2018, exact date TBC
Monash University Law Chambers, 555 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne.
One day (7 hours) – 9.30am to 5.00 pm
PD points towards recertification:
Upon successful completion of the course, participants will be eligible to earn 20 PD points towards recertification (Section 1.4 or 1.5 of the NAATI Recertification Professional Development Catalogue)
About the course:
This short course is intended for interpreters who have commenced working or who plan to work in settings involving cases of family violence. The course provides an introduction to the various facets of working in family violence settings, discusses best practice for interpreting in this field and features guest presentations from experts. This course will be followed by a two-day course to be delivered in 2018.
These professional development short courses are run with the support of the Department of Premier and Cabinet, State Government of Victoria.
The course is aimed at practising interpreters who are already working in the industry. It is open to interpreters of all languages, already working as interpreters in Victoria.
Practising interpreters in any language in the State of Victoria: $50 (GST included)
[The subsidised rate for Victorian interpreters is made possible by the Victorian Department of Premier and Cabinet’s Professional Development Program for Translators & Interpreters. The full cost is $216.]
Applications have now closed. Please fill out the Monash T&I PD Expression of Interest form if you wish to be notified of courses as soon as the application process opens.
Participants are required to attend the full day. Certificates of Completion will be issued to participants who attend all face-to-face hours of the course.
Payment of course fees is to be made via credit card. Instructions for payment will be provided to successful applicants following submission of the application form. Refunds can only be provided when participants are unable to attend due to illness or other unavoidable circumstance, upon provision of relevant material evidence.