ASLIA

Australian Sign Language Interpreters' Association

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ASLIA State Branches

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ASLIA does not have a local branch in Western Australia, the ACT and the NT. ASLIA branch in SA does not have a website

 

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Welcome to ASLIA

Hello and welcome to the ASLIA (Australian Sign Language Interpreters’ Association) website.

My name is Paul Heuston, and I am the current ASLIA President.

ASLIA is a not-for-profit body and is the national peak organisation representing the needs and interests of Auslan/English interpreters and DIs (Deaf Interpreters) in Australia. ASLIA is comprised of a national Executive Committee, a Representative Council and branches in most states and territories. ASLIA has no paid staff, and relies on its members in the above committee roles.

ASLIA’s vision is to seek to lead and promote best practice in sign language interpreting across Australia. To achieve this, we provide policies and a platform for the views of Auslan/English interpreters to the wider community, business and government on a variety of issues.

Our shared future is an exciting and challenging one. Successfully implementing the 2011-2016 Strategic Plan will see ASLIA enter agreements with key stakeholders to offer new opportunities and services to members in ways we have not seen in the past. We will continue to deliver opportunities for members to learn and grow in order to empower a more diverse community.

ASLIA is a member of WASLI (World Association of Sign Language Interpreters) and one key aspect of this membership is to support sign language interpreter practitioners, and those who aspire to be, in developing countries within the Australasia and Oceania region.

This website has a wealth of information including: how to become an Auslan/English interpreter; policies; resources; “interpret-Ed” our online professional development offering; and a members-only area. Thank you for visiting the ASLIA website.

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Nominations for the 2014 JW Flynn Oration EXTENDED

Nominations for the ANC 2014 presenter of the JW Flynn Oration have been extended to 25 April, 2014.

Please note that nominations must be on the prescribed nomination form.

Click here to download further information

Click here to download the nomination form

   

ANC 2013 Photos

ASLIA wishes to thank Belle Clark for sharing her photographic expertise by being the official ANC 2013 photographer.  Click here to view photos from ANC 2013.
   

Professionals Australia - The Case for Change

Professionals Australia (formerly APESMA) has released its document "The Case for Change - Consequences and costs of failures in the translating and interpreting industry".  ASLIA as well as AUSIT had input into this important document.  Click here to download.
   
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