Auslan Interpreting for University and TAFE
Our interpreting service, Auslan Connections, provides interpreting, notetaking, captioning and transcription for TAFE and University.
University and TAFE interpreting
Universities and TAFE can book interpreting, notetaking, captioning and transcription services for students who require communication access during tutorials, practical classes, lectures and meetings with support staff.
We provide these services to universities and TAFE at a reduced rate, please contact us for pricing.
Interpreting in education contexts is most successful when there is:
- continuity of the interpreters
- ability to prepare for the classes (ie access to learning portals and materials)
- good communication between the teaching and support staff, student and interpreter
If you would like more information about booking Auslan interpreting, other accessibility services or would like to know more about student success in universities and TAFE, please contact Auslan Connections via the details below.
Education with NDIS plans
Individual deaf people with an NDIS plan may be able to use some supports in their plan to help them achieve their learning goals.
TAFE and university are responsible for providing interpreters in class.
An NDIS plan may provide assistance for students in the following ways:
- Physical support to be on campus
- Learning support outside the classroom, including Auslan/English language support
How to book this service
Click the button below. You will be taken to the Auslan Connections website.
Contact Auslan Connections to make your booking
For more information, contact Auslan Connections:
Auslan Connections provides Auslan interpreting, VRI (Video Remote Interpreting), notetaking and captioning services.
Auslan Connections is a joint venture of Expression Australia and Deaf Services. We provide interpreting across the whole of Australia.
All profits from Auslan Connections are invested back into services for people who are Deaf and hard of hearing.
You can book an interpreter via email, SMS, phone or using our online portal on the Auslan Connections website.