In-language audio recordings about the Aboriginal Interpreter Service (AIS) are now available in 17 Aboriginal languages.
In-language audio recordings about the Aboriginal Interpreter Service (AIS) are now available in 17 Aboriginal languages:
Visit the AIS homepage to listen to the recordings.
AIS staff in the studio, for the recording of in-language 'About us' audio files
The recordings are currently airing on local radio stations CAAMA – Central Australian Aboriginal Media Association, TEABBA – Top End Aboriginal Bush Broadcasting Associating, and Yolngu Radio.
In addition to promoting AIS services, the recordings aim to educate Aboriginal-language speakers about asking for an interpreter, the role of an interpreter, and the professional code of ethics to which all AIS interpreters adhere–this being:
The audio recordings were produced by the Scripting and Recording section of the AIS. This section produces high-quality audio recordings for Government and private enterprises who have messages and information to deliver to Aboriginal-language speakers in their home language/s.
You can also view English-language videos to find out more about the AIS. To enquire about the service please contact the Business Development Manager on 08 8999 6060.