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International Translator Day

ONCALL’s Executive Director of Marketing & Client Services, Mr Ari Pappas, was part of the AUSIT NSW’s special “International Translator Day” event Panel Discussion, held at Macquarie University on the 8th October 2016.

ONCALL is delighted to have been part of this prestigious event.

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Auslan interpreting services

ONCALL Interpreters & Translators would like to thank Kim Muller of Deaf Access Victoria, Bendigo Health, for putting together this educational video.

ONCALL Interpreters & Translators provides AUSLAN Interpreting services across Australia. It is ONCALL’s goal to deliver excellent services at all times as well as supporting Healthcare Providers and the Deaf Community.

Remember….no-one is left alone when choosing ONCALL Interpreters & […]

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NAATI:campaign for Examiners

NAATI:public recruitment campaign for Examiners
NAATI launched a public recruitment campaign for Examiners on the 29 of February including advertisements featuring on: Our new NAATI website ,NAATI social media pages , SBS News online , The Age newspaper and website , The Sydney Morning Herald newspaper and website.

 

NAATI is seeking expressions of interest from all languages; however, in this recruitment process […]

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CT Fertility: Online Interpreting webinar

CT Fertility: online interpreting for German webinar

Next week, ONCALL will be providing English/German simultaneous interpreting for an online webinar targeted at German-speaking aspiring parents to help them achieve their dream of having a baby. ONCALL has been providing traditional simultaneous interpreting for the last 30 years where interpreters (and delegates) have to travel to the conference venue as well as […]

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2nd International Interdisciplinary Social Inquiry Conference

International Conference
Date: 01 Sep 2016 – 02 Sep 2016
Venue: Swanston Academic Building, RMIT University | City campus

We need interdisciplinary collaboration to respond to the complex “wicked” world problems.

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Published: 22-Feb-2016; Megh Shetty  […]

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Symposium on Interpreter Training and Humanitarian Interpreting

International Symposium
1-2 April 2016, Monash University Law Chambers, 555 Lonsdale St, Melbourne
The work of interpreters in the 21st century is characterised by a need to adapt to many different contexts and modalities of work. One of these is the humanitarian context: in conflict zones, in disaster zones, or in refugee camps for example, interpreters have to cope with specific demands […]

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Machine Translation and Content strategy

Machine Translation and Content Strategy
What is Machine Translation?
 

Machine Translation (MT) can be defined as Translation carried out by a computer. Google Translate is the most commonly used tool for Machine Translation and is freely available. Convenience and ease of usage of MT are the two key factors which has enabled increasing number of marketers globally to adopt MT as a […]

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Languages and Customer Service

Back to Basics with Customer Service
Customer service is a critical part of the digital marketing eco-system where the organisation provides online service to their customers before, during and after the transaction. The key success driver here is the adaptability and the agility of the business to offer and deliver solutions which are needed by the customer in real-time.

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International Business

International Business
As companies expand internationally, and trade barriers fall, there’s an increasing need for us all to speak a common language.

This is a lot easier said than done. How does your office in Beijing talk to your office in Rio? How can a company in Poland deal with customers in France when they don’t speak the same language?

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Content strategy for Asia

Localization as content strategy
While working in the region it is a tough challenge for business consultants to explain to western clients the need to market and communicate in the local language.

Some of the key challenges for Western businesses operating in Asia include:

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Published: 28 Sept-2015; Megh Shetty  […]

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