Family Violence Interpreting Level 2 - PDA1019

This short course is a continuation of Family Violence Interpreting Entry-Level 1, and extends the concepts and skills established in that workshop. 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 various facets which looks at legal, health and service provision settings within the family violence context in detail. The course features presentations from experts as well as industry professionals.

These professional development short courses are run with the support of the Department of Premier and Cabinet, State Government of Victoria.

Students may also apply for a bursary which allows for a heavily discounted enrolment fee in certain cases. Bursary applicants must be NAATI members and satisfy all the criteria to be considered. The cut-off date for bursary applications is 7 days before the course start date.

Fees

  • $601
  • $541 for AUSIT, ASLIA, and Professionals Australia members
$100 bursary available

Aims

The course extends the concepts and skills established in Family Violence Interpreting Entry-Level 1.

Topics covered

Topics covered will include an introduction to the various facets of working in family violence settings, best practice for interpreting in this field and guest presentations from experts.

Assessment

Your presenter will identify a variety of practical tasks during the course.

Recognition

Upon successful completion of the course, participants will be eligible to earn up to 50 PD points (40 PD Points - Section 1.2 AND 10 PD Points - Section 1.4) of the NAATI Recertification Professional Development Catalogue. A Certificate of Completion will be awarded.