About this event
Language services industry is changing, don’t get left behind – join us for our regular catch up, Polaron Connects – right here, on your computer.
Hear project managers, industry experts and colleagues sharing their tips, ideas and experience. In this free 45-minute webinar, we will provide you with tips on how to effectively communicate and translate aged care information in community languages.
- Accessing aged care translations and multilingual information [Free resources].
- Case studies from interpreters working with older people and their families and carers.
- Considerations for translations in the aged care sector: History and new terminology. What has changed?
- How to work effectively on translations for the aged care sector: Quality checking.
Thursday 10 December 2020, 2:00 PM to 2:45 PM AEDT.
ABOUT OUR GUEST SPEAKERS
- Lisa Tribuzio
Lisa leads the Centre for Cultural Diversity in Ageing, and delivers the objectives of the Partners in Culturally Appropriate Care (PICAC) program to improve the relationships between providers and CALD communities. She previously worked for the National Disability Insurance Agency as the Assistant Director for Inclusion strategies.
- Tonina Gucciardo-Masci
Tonina has over 30 years’ experience working in the areas of access and equity, diversity and inclusion. For the past 11 years she has been Senior Advisor with the Centre for Cultural Diversity in Ageing where she has been responsible for providing advice, consultancy and training to the aged care industry on inclusive policy and service delivery.
- Gaby Lefevre
Gaby has been working as a full-time translator, proof-reader and quality manager for over 25 years. After achieving a degree in Education, she has decided to pursue a career in Translation to fulfil her passion for languages. Gaby has been collaborating with Polaron for the last 16 years.
- Marta Jarosz
Marta is a Project Coordinator at Polaron Language Services. She has a Bachelor’s Degree in Spatial Science from the University of Infrastructure and Management in Warsaw, Poland. Prior to Polaron, she worked for many years as a Senior Marketing Specialist, completing successful projects in the B2B sector.
WHO IS THIS FOR?
The Polaron Connects webinar series are intended for professional translators, interpreters, bi-lingual educators and facilitators, students and anyone interested in professional development in the language services industry.
CAN I CLAIM PD POINTS FOR THIS WEBINAR?
Yes. You can claim 10 PD points for attending the webinar.
If you have any questions regarding the PD points, please refer to www.naati.com.au
HOW DO I PARTICIPATE?
Please fill in the registration form below. We will contact you by email with instructions on how to access the online event. By submitting this form, you accept to be added to Polaron’s mailing list to receive industry updates.
2:00 pm - 2:45 pm