Free Resources For Interpreters and Translators

Welcome to a valuable hub for language professionals – “Free Online Resources for Interpreters and Translators.” Here, we present a curated collection of interpreter and translator magazines, journals, and guidelines tailored to empower language professionals in their journey towards continuous professional development. 

Whether you’re seeking insightful articles to enhance your skills, looking for industry-specific journals, or searching for guidelines to ace your interpreting and translation assignments, this page is designed to be your go-to resource. Dive into a wealth of knowledge and stay at the forefront of the dynamic world of language interpretation and translation. 

Explore, learn, and elevate your expertise with these freely accessible online treasures.

Australian Institute of Interpreters and Translators (AUSIT) has listed a range of guidelines on their website to assist individuals and organisations working with translators and interpreters, in order to obtain best outcomes. AUSIT is the national association for the translating and interpreting profession.

AUSIT In Touch Magazine

In Touch is AUSIT's official magazine. Click on the cover image below to go to AUSIT's magazine page, where you can read all the issues free of charge.

The Judicial Council on Diversity and Inclusion is an advisory body formed to assist Australian courts, judicial officers and administrators to positively respond to our diverse needs, including, but not limited to, the particular issues that arise for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, migrants and refugees, LGBTQI+ people, people with disabilities, culturally and linguistically diverse people, women, and older people.

MINDSET specialist online dementia training for interpreters

MINDSET is providing specialist online dementia training for interpreters to improve cognitive assessment for dementia of people from culturally and linguistically
diverse (CALD) backgrounds. Click on the below image to register.

Other Publications and Journals

The “Working with Interpreters in the Healthcare Setting” videos are a training resource for healthcare providers, interpreters, medical and interpreting students. They demonstrates best practice in communicating through interpreters and professional interpreting techniques in the medical setting. These videos are produced by 
Western Sydney Health HCIS.

These series of videos on the effect of interpreters in courts are produced by Western Sydney University and the University of New South Wales as part of a research project.

These series of videos are produced by the Department of Communities and Justice NSW