Working With Interpreter Training (WWIT)

Aboriginal interpreters can make sure you and your Aboriginal clients who do not speak English as a first language:

  • can understand each other
  • have meaningful communication.

If you’re a service provider, you can access training to improve this communication. This is provided by the Aboriginal Interpreter Service (AIS).

Find out more below.

What the workshop covers

A standard workshop is 90 minutes and includes:

  • an introduction to how different languages work
  • an overview of Aboriginal languages spoken in the Northern Territory
  • why context is important in communication
  • how to avoid common areas of miscommunication
  • how to communicate in plain English
  • how to work with an interpreter
  • practical tips for booking and using interpreters.

How to book

You can arrange a session by filling in the online training request form.

Training can be delivered at:

  • your organisation or
  • an AIS office in Darwin, Katherine, Tennant Creek or Alice Springs.

You can also book by filling in and submitting the training request form below.

Training request form DOCX (362.1 KB)
Training request form PDF (197.9 KB)

Last updated: 25 March 2022

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