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Translators won’t be replaced by technology

They will be replaced but by translators using technology Language industry develops, this means future linguists have to develop as well. It’s a time of transition, revolution of technology. Not ...
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New NAATI certification system

Improvements to NAATI Testing (INT) and the new NAATI certification system Through the INT Project NAATI will provide a new system of certification for translators and interpreters across a number of levels ...
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Seeking interpreters for research project on police interpreting

NAATI accredited Arabic, Chinese and Spanish professional interpreters wanted, June – July 2017, Sydney Charles Sturt University and The University of New South Wales are inviting NAATI accredited Arabic, Chinese and ...
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2M interpreter to welcome French Richard Clayderman

The Return of the “Prince of Romance“: world acclaimed Richard Clayderman, international best-selling recording artist and concert performer is touring for the first time in many years Australia during May ...
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2M supporting the Annual Export Awards

2M is passionate about Australian exporters conquering the world. As an avid exporter themselves, the 2M Team know that localisation and globalisation are key to export success. Again 2M is ...
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Australian Healthcare Interpreters’ Role Expectations Survey

2M is pleased to share this survey on Australian Healthcare Interpreters’ Role Expectations, designed by Emiliano Zucchi (Transcultural & Language Services (TALS) department at Northern Health in Melbourne) and professors ...
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Helping the Seasonal Worker Programme reach its target audience

2M recently completed a comprehensive project assisting the Australian Government bringing crucial information to participants of its Seasonal Worker Programme. The Seasonal Worker Programme is an initiative that provides Australian ...
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women in science

Australian Women in Science transforming the world

“Walking into Orly Airport in Paris and seeing our very own Australian Dr. Michelle Simmons, Professor of Physics at UNSW, on the giant billboards, filled me with pride,” says CEO ...
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