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LanguageLoop’s Continuing Investment into Interpreter Professional Development

LanguageLoop’s Continuing Investment into Interpreter Professional Development

Frans Moens - Thursday, August 22, 2019

As part of our ongoing commitment to advancing the quality of interpreting services in professional settings, LanguageLoop is excited to be backing a very exciting research project at RMIT University as part of our annual $150,000 Research & Innovation Grant.

Led by Dr Miranda Lai and Dr Erika Gonzalez at the RMIT School of Global, Urban and Social Studies, the research project focuses on the introduction of a mentorship program for interpreters of...

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Exciting Interpreter Professional Development Initiative for working in Queensland Courts

Exciting Interpreter Professional Development Initiative for working in Queensland Courts

Frans Moens - Thursday, August 08, 2019

LanguageLoop is pleased to announce an Australian-first professional development course designed to familiarise interpreters with the nuances and intricacies of the Queensland court system. In collaboration with Queensland Courts Service, interpreters will have the opportunity to expand their professional skills and confidence in the legal system, and gain NAATI professional development points.

“LanguageLoop is to be congratulated on taking...

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AEC and LanguageLoop Assist More Australians Than Ever Before in 2019 Federal Election

AEC and LanguageLoop Assist More Australians Than Ever Before in 2019 Federal Election

Frans Moens - Friday, May 17, 2019

 

The Australian Electoral Commission (AEC) is ensuring its greatest levels of accessibility during this year’s Federal Election, following the re-appointment of leading national language services provider LanguageLoop. 

For the first time ever, Deaf or hard-of-hearing Australians have been able to take advantage of the latest digital innovation in Auslan (Australian Sign Language) interpreting. Australia’s first dedicated mobile video interpreting app VideoLoop connects users to an accredited Auslan interpreter, ...

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