SKILLS AUCTION - conference 2015
Last year we fundraised for the Individual Development fund, this year we are fundraising for WASLI OCEANIA.
Think outside the box and offer your unique skills up for auction.
Here is the flyer and registration form for the skills auction taking place at the conference dinner
SLIANZ Conference 2015 - Film Festival
As part of this years SLIANZ Conference 3rd - 5th July 2015 Slianz will be running another film festival.
This will take place Friday 3rd July 2015
Deaf Society of Canterbury
80 Fitzgerald Ave (corner of Tuam St)
The festival is open to all entrants, if you wish to participate please fill in a registration form
Deaf Interpreting promotion
Calling all SLIANZ interpreters: Win a free registration for the 2015 SLIANZ conference in Christchurch!
A working group has been established to promote and develop Deaf Interpreting in NZ. The group is currently fundraising for a workshop to be held on June 13, 2015 with invited presenters from Australia and NZ (Darlene Thornton and David McKee), and needs your help!
If you donate an amount equivalent to one hour of paid interpreting work, your name will go into a draw to win a free registration to the July conference.
If you donate an amount equivalent to two hours of interpreting work, you will get two chances to win, and so on. Much better odds than Lotto!
Peer Supervision at Connect
“These sessions are so valuable for helping me to reflect upon my work from different perspectives. It is crucial to be able to discuss our profession in a structured, safe, confidential and non-judgmental environment; I’m grateful to Connect, and to their facilitators, for offering the space to do that.”
Call for presentations "Interpreters in an evolving world"
SLIANZ CONFERENCE 2015
3 - 5 July, Christchurch
SLIANZ is now calling for presentations for the 2015 conference. We would like to invite interested parties and organisations to submit abstracts for your proposed presentation or workshop. These should relate to the conference theme of "Interpreters in an evolving world". Some topics you might consider presenting on are: how interpreters can manage to keep up with technology, and changing terminology. The theme is open to your creative interpretation, and all proposals will be considered.
Gained in Translation: What simultaneous interpreters have taught us about the human brain
Modern life without language is impossible to comprehend, or rather, just impossible. Language and speech are central to how we convey information and emotion, form bonds, conduct business, and organise ourselves into productive societies. To communicate ideas, facts, and feelings – and understand what others mean when they speak – is a hallmark of humanity.
Congratulations to new graduates
On behalf of the SLIANZ committee, we would like to congratulate our new graduates of 2014 who graduated last month, all of your hard work has paid off. We look forward to teaming with you and joining us in our profession!