NAATI News June 2021

No payments or refunds can be processed while the upgrade is occurring. Any payments, including to select a test session, must be made before or after this time.

System Upgrade – Payment Services Affected

NAATI is implementing a major finance system upgrade to improve our ability to provide professional and secure transactions.

The upgrade will commence at 5pm AEST on Thursday 24 June 2021 and be completed by 9am AEST on Thursday 1 July 2021.

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All other services will be unaffected.

If you have any concerns, please contact us at info@naati.com.au.

We apologise for any inconvenience.

Learn how to host more engaging hybrid events in 30 seconds

This post first appeared in Congress Rental

Start hosting more effective hybrid meetings with professional conference microphones and automatic camera technology. Create a more engaging and interactive meeting experience for your on-site and online participants with high-quality video and audio streams.

Hold a more captivating hybrid meeting with Congress Rental conference microphones and automatic cameras

Hosting stunning hybrid meetings starts with the right equipment

As hybrid events and teleconferencing meetings become the norm, we all know the frustrations of bad audio and video. Impress your online delegates with high-definition video and audio using professional conference microphones and automatic cameras.

The Congress Rental Remote Simultaneous Interpretation Survey Report

The Congress Rental Remote Simultaneous Interpretation survey report has arrived!

It contains relevant insights into the current state of RSI, including the effect on rates, amount of work performed, and an analysis of the most popular platforms based on interpreter experience. Access the report now to learn these insights and more!

Survey Report: The State of Remote Simultaneous Interpretation in 2020-2021

Change How RSI Works For Interpreters

Don’t miss your chance to change the future of RSI for the better!

 

Join a growing movement as we make positive changes to RSI for everyone in the interpreter community. As acceptance of RSI increases, it has become more important than ever for interpreters to have their voices heard in the conversation.

The response from the community so far has been amazing, and we would like to thank the hundreds of participants who have taken the time to give their feedback.

Click the link below to get started!

 

We will share a survey report with all participants. To receive the report, please complete the survey before Midnight Monday 5th of April (UTC -10)

RSI Surver – Click Here

 

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2M launches new On Demand Translation App

2M On Demand combines AI-driven workflows with NAATI-certified linguists to enable urgent messaging to multilingual communities

Last year has exposed the need for organisations to be able to reach their target audiences regardless of language barriers in a swift and effective manner in situations that require urgent communication. However, it is crucial to be able to maintain high levels of quality and cultural appropriateness in the messaging. It is a known challenge to be able to match speed with quality in translation services.

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Translationz Named On-Demand Video Interpreting Provider for Toowoomba Hospital Emergency Department

QUEENSLAND, November 9, 2020 — Translationz, a leading language services company in Australia, will provide on-demand video remote interpreting (VRI) services for Toowoomba Hospital, part of the Darling Downs Health system. Read more

Member News : 2M Language Services

Translating for the renewable energy sector

By thomas@2m.com.au on Sep 01, 2020 12:38 pm

Australia is in the middle of transitioning from fossil-fueled power plants to emission-free renewable energy sources. For this to happen, Australia must focus on developing the use of renewables and strengthening its energy infrastructure. Oil accounted for the largest share of Australia’s primary energy mix in 2017–18, at 39 per cent, followed by coal (30 per cent) and natural gas (25 per cent). Read more