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Multicultural language services guide

Jump to resources The Language Services Guide is designed to support and encourage all agencies, no matter how established or confident they are in their practices, to aim for continuous improvement in their provision of language services.  Almost a decade has passed...

Developing a comprehensive language services response

This resource is also available in pdf. Download Developing a comprehensive language services response Access other tip sheets in this series The key elements of organisational planning for language services. What are language services? Language services encompass a...

Managing bilingual staff

This resource is also available in pdf.  Download Managing bilingual staff Access other tip sheets in this series Bilingual Staff Research Project Report What is bilingualism? Bilingualism is the ability to communicate in two languages with equal, or near...

Recruiting bilingual staff

This resource is also available in pdf. Download Recruiting bilingual staff Access other tip sheets in this series Policy context Victorian Government language services policy recognises bilingual staff – along with interpreters and translations – as a valuable part...

Planning for translation

This resource is also available in pdf. Download Planning for translation Access other tip sheets in this series Information for staff in funded agencies who are responsible for working with accredited interpreters. It provides basic information related to...

Translation: an introduction

This resource is also available in pdf. Download Translation-an introduction Access other tip sheets in this series What is translation? Translation means converting written information from one language into another. Conversion is not restricted to written text. For...

Debriefing with an interpreter

This resource is also available in pdf. Download Debriefing with an interpreter Access other tip sheets in this series Debriefing and comments The debriefing is an opportunity for you to give the interpreter feedback on the interpreted discussion and to ask...