Providing Accredited Auslan Sign Language Interpreters Australia Wide

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Conferences Meetings and Events

Prompt, Professional Service

Your Unique Needs Met

NICSS staff have the knowledge to assist you.  We will help you ensure the content of your conference, meeting or event is clearly broadcast to participants who use sign language to communicate.

 

Interpreting Service

Interpreters are vital to your conference, meeting or event in ensuring all participants understand the message being conveyed.  NICSS will always recommend the most appropriately qualified interpreter/s suited to your needs. 

Face to Face Interpreting

Face to face interpreting means the NICSS interpreter will be physically present to communicate a presenter's message in real time.

If the presenter is hearing, their presentation will be interpreted in real time to Deaf members of the audience using sign language.

If the presenter is Deaf, their presentation will be interpreted in real time to hearing members of the audience in English.

Interpretation via Podcast, other On-Line Media, or Hard Copy (DVD etc)

NICSS has the ability to provide interpretations using any on-line media or in hard copy (DVD, etc).  Our education and training unit are experienced in a wide variety of interpreting delivery and can assist you with your requirements.

Video Remote Interpreting

In situations where an interpreter cannot attend your meeting face to face, Video Remote Interpreting (VRI) may suit your needs.  The interpreter will link to the venue via Skype or similar.  More information on VRI.

We Tailor Packages to Suit Your Needs

NICSS staff are available to assist with your unique requirements.  We will always send you a no obligation quote for approval before proceeding with a booking.

 

Contact Us Today to discuss your requirements.

 

Working With An Interpreter

NICSS employs NAATI qualified interpreters.  NICSS interpreters will have experience/skills in interpreting in a variety of situations.

Not everyone has worked with an Interpreter.  Find out more about Working With An Interpreter.

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