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Industry leaders in providing trained and qualified interpreters and translators
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We congratulate the winners of the 2013 AUSIT Excellence Awards, announced at the award gala event in Melbourne on 16 Nov, 2013.

The winners are.....

#interpreters #translators #awards2013 #AUSITAwards  

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AUSIT Industry Excellence Awards for 2013 will be held in Melbourne in November. The Australian Institute of Interpreters and Translators recognise the outstanding work of its interpreter and translator members at a biennial awards night.

A jury of individuals who represent the wide range of sectors within our industry, select the award winners.

1. Outstanding Contribution to the Translating & Interpreting Industry
2. Excellence in Translating
3. Excellence in Interpreting
4. Outstanding Contribution to Indigenous Interpreting and Translation
5. Excellence in Remote Interpreting
6. Paul Sinclair Award (Outstanding Contribution to AUSIT)

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[CHECK OUT] this great infograph from NeoMam Infographic Studios  depicting language facts, endangered languages, artificial languages, translation and cooperation...

Shared by John Fotheringham on the http://l2mastery.com blog.

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[Read] how the placement of mouth and tongue when expressing pain produces similar words in different #languages.

"The sound starts with a wide-open back vowel — which could be unrounded (a) or rounded (o), depending on the expectations in the culture and language. After that, it closes down."

Why pain is expressed differently in different languages By James Harbeck - published 12 Nov 2013, http://theweek.com

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Work with us 》》 We are #recruiting for a #fulltime, #Translations Project Manager.

The full-time, permanent (Monday - Friday) position requires a professional individual to: deal with enquiries for #translation #projects by existing and prospective clients, manage translation projects from start to end, which involves extensive communication with clients, contractor translators, and specialist consultants.

Necessary qualifications and experience include project management experience preferably in #translation, have tertiary qualifications, and be Information Technology savvy. A qualification in translation is desirable.

Outstanding ability in written and spoken English, and the ability to represent Meaningful Exchange to a broad range of clients which include some of Australia's largest corporations and government departments.

Applications are to be addressed to Ismail Akinci
CEO
Meaningful Exchange Translation Services

For confidential queries, please email:
grace@allgraduates.com.au

Meaningful Exchange Translation Services is the translation division of All Graduates Interpreting and Translating Services.

#languages #projectmanager #recruitment #jobs #languagecareers

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Are you Melbourne-based and considering Interpreting studies in 2014?

Interpreter Scholarship Information Session will be held on:
Mon 14 Oct
5.45pm to 7pm
Melbourne Multicultural Hub
506 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne

In 2014, the Office of Multicultural Affairs and Citizenship (OMAC), Department of Premier and Cabinet (DPC) is providing scholarships of up to $2,000 to suitable applicants enrolled in the RMIT Diploma of Interpreting.

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Do you speak #Bengali #Dinka   #Nepali #Punjabi #Rohingya #Somali ?

Thinking of an Interpreting career?

In 2014, the Office of Multicultural Affairs and Citizenship (OMAC), Department of Premier and Cabinet (DPC) is providing scholarships of up to $2,000 to suitable applicants enrolled in the RMIT Diploma of Interpreting.

Additionally, the scholarships are offered for Karen speakers who are regionally-based.

Information sessions are being held in Melbourne CBD and surrounding suburbs from Mon 7 Oct to answer prospective applicants' questions.

Please click below for more information and to apply. Applications close on 21 November 2013.

THANK YOU!

We just wanted to say thank you for your patience while our telecommunications provider has been working to resolve our unplanned telephone connection issues.

We know it's been very inconvenient, so thank you.

And as you know, if you need to every get in contact with us we're only an email away.

Interpreter Bookings: bookingteam@allgraduates.com.au
Translations: translations@allgraduates.com.au
Accounts: accounts@allgraduates.com.au
Recruitment: recruitment@allgraduates.com.au
General enquiries: admin@allgraduates.com.au

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'Australian Football Explained - in 31 Languages'

You've still got time for a last-minute read up on how to play Australian Football in time for tomorrow's #AFLGrandFinal with the AFL Multicultural Program's eBook.

#languages #translation #AFL #AFLGrandFinal Some of the languages translated are:
#Burmese #Dinka #Greek #Italian #French #Hazaragi #Japanese #Macedonian #Somali #Turkish #Vietnamese  

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