International Translation Day Event 26 September in Perth, WA
Thread poster: Patricia Will

Patricia Will  Identity Verified
Australia
Local time: 09:40
Member (2004)
German to English
Aug 22, 2009

Dear colleagues, I would like to invite you to take part in the following PD and networking event hosted by AUSIT WA to celebrate international translation day. The event is free and is open to all translators and interpreters. Look forward to seeing you there! If you have any questions please contact me.
Best regards
Patricia Will

Saturday 26 September
AUSIT OPEN DAY, Perth, Western Australia
Let's celebrate International Translation Day!
The event is designed to facilitate an environment for practitioners to network, share and acquire knowledge from peers on how to become a better and more successful interpreter/translator. Attendance is free.
This is an opportunity for interpreters & translators to meet some of AUSIT’s National Council and local branch members to find out more about the organisation and the benefits of membership. It’s a great networking and PD opportunity.
Attending the AUSIT OPEN DAY will also give you 30 PD points for revalidation purposes.
(Logbook 2.1 page 2 and 4.2 page 7)

PROGRAM
• ABOUT AUSIT
• WHAT IT TAKES TO BE A SUCCESSFUL TRANSLATOR
Presenter: Sam Berner (AUSIT QLD) - National PD Committee Team Leader.
WA practitioners will have a chance to hear from AUSIT's "translation guru" Sam Berner, who will pass on tips on becoming a successful translator in the Australian & global market.
• THE BUSINESS OF TRANSLATION
Presenters: Sarina Phan (National President ), Eva Hussain (National Vice President).
Boost your earning capacity by picking up ideas from your successful peers, who are not afraid of sharing their secrets.
• LUNCH
• PANEL DISCUSSION: ETHICS & ME
Presenters - Sarina Phan (National President ), Eva Hussain (National Vice President), Sam Berner (National PD Committee Team Leader) and Ella Davies ( Principal Delegate WA) - will present real life examples of the ethical dilemmas they have encountered as an interpreter/translator. Practitioners will be invited to share their views and participate in the discussions.
• ABOUT THE AUSIT EXCELLENCE AWARDS
• COFFEE

When: Saturday, September 26th, 10 am – 3 pm
Where: Tresillian Community Centre, 21 Tyrell Street, Nedlands.
Street parking (free). Public transport nearby along Stirling Highway Nedlands (Bus 72, 98/99, 102, 106 )

All interpreters, translators and students of T&I welcome
This is a free event, but registration is essential as places are limited.

To RSVP please e-mail Trish Will on trishwill@optusnet.com.au or phone her on (08) 9403 5809 by 22 September.

For more information about AUSIT go to: www.ausit.org


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Geraldine Oudin  Identity Verified
United Kingdom
Japanese to French
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Thanks Aug 24, 2009

Thank you Patricia for advertising this event.
I will DEFINITELY be there...
Sorry again about today


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