Interpreting & Translation Services

There are various organisations in South Australia that provide interpreting and translating services for Aboriginal languages. Interpreting and Translation services are in high demand, especially for the Pitjantjatjara and Yankunytjatjara languages. Speakers of other languages from the Northern Territory living in South Australia also require these services. The demand for Interpreting and Translation services from organisations and individuals is currently under review by government agencies in the State.

The following organisations have a list of people who can be called on for assistance. These people are qualified professionals who are registered with National Accreditation Authority for Translators and Interpreters (NAATI).

Here in Adelaide services are available through the following organisations:

 

Interpreting and Translating Centre (ITC)

Level 4, 44 Pirie St, Adelaide

1800 280 203

itc@sa.gov.au

http://www.translate.sa.gov.au/home

 

ABC International

Translating & Interpreting Services

11 Angas st. Kent Town SA

(08) 8364 5255

 

Multilingua South Australia

230 Angas st. Adelaide

(08) 8232 6696

 

Northern Territory Aboriginal Interpreter Service

1800 334 944

http://www.ais.nt.gov.au/

 

 

Training for those wanting to become a qualified Translator or Interpretor is available through TAFE SA's Diploma in Interpreting. For more information you can contact either:

 

TAFE SA  

School of Languages

255 Torrens Road, West Croydon SA 5008

(08) 8301 4800

admin@schooloflanguages.sa.edu.au

Or:

TAFE SA Regional

APY Lands Program

Level 2, 11 Waymouth St.

ADELAIDE SA 5000

(08) 8463 5545

Sally.Buss@sa.gov.au

http://apytafe.com/moodle/