UPDATE – 22/01/2018

 

Hi all,

Thank you for coming to the CABS Induction on Wednesday 17 January.

Just an update on who to contact and how to register with each institute please see powerpoint.

Induction PPT Jan 2018

Induction documentation and procedures for each RTO

Box Hill and CAE
Please contact DLO’s.

Chisholm
A link to the online registration process for all casual employees is here: Onboarding – Casual Support Staff – Interpreters

Please note that all interpreters working for Chisholm will require the following documents prior to the issue of a contract

  • Employee Working With Children Check card
  • Certified right to work document (citizen)
  • Certified qualifications

Once onboarding completed and documents received, they will forward a contract to you. You will need to sign and return the contract prior to commencing work at Chisholm.

Holmesglen and Melbourne Polytechnic
All interpreters intending to work with Melbourne Polytechnic or Holmesglen in 2018 will need to provide the following documents to be registered:

  • Working With Children Check
  • Drivers Licence or other photo ID that confirms your address
  • Birth certificate, current passport or visa as proof of ability to work in Australia (the original and one photocopy for each employer)
  • Evidence of NAATI Accreditation
  • Resume, including the contact details of two referees

Please bring original documents and one copy printed for each employer and one copy for CABS.

You will also need the following information, especially if you are signing up with an employer for the first time:

  • Banking details
  • Superannuation account details
  • Tax File Number

William Angliss Institute 

All interpreters who wish to register with William Angliss will need to contact Dixons Appointments. All details on how to register and who to contact are in the links below.

Guidelines for Employment of Auslan Interpreters WAI.

WAI Campus Map

Thanks

CABS Team.


Auslan interpreters!

As you will be aware, the Central Auslan Booking Service (CABS) is government funded to provide a free booking service for TAFEs and other registered training organisations (RTOs) across Victoria. As CABS does not directly employ interpreters, interpreters are required to complete an induction and any employment-related paperwork with the relevant RTO directly.

To assist this process each year, CABS organises an interpreter induction. This is an opportunity for interpreters to meet DLOs, ask any questions about work arrangements and complete relevant paperwork. For newer interpreters, it is also the chance to meet your interpreting colleagues and to discuss educational interpreting in general.

How induction is organised varies from year to year as the casual employment practices of RTOs change.

When?
Wednesday 17 January 2018.

Please see the outline for the day below. You can attend just the sessions relevant to you.

Where?
Room K430,
Level 4, Building K (the Library is on the ground floor)
Melbourne Polytechnic Prahran campus
144 High Street, Prahan, 3181
MAP

Which RTOs will be attending?

  • Holmesglen Institute and Melbourne Polytechnic will be providing a full induction for all interpreters wishing to work with them in 2018.
    Please see documentation requirements below.
  • Box Hill Institute, the Centre Adult Education and William Angliss will be attending to provide information and answer any questions about work in 2018.
  • Chisholm Institute has an online registration process. See further details below.

 

Tentative outline for the day

10:00 am Welcome – Cathy Clark, Manager – deafConnectEd
Marion Woods – Box Hill
Vivienne Bennett – Centre for Adult Education
Carol Maurici – William Angliss institute
10:30 am Martin Godfrey – Melbourne Polytechnic
 Tracey Stewart – Holmesglen TAFE
 12:30 pm  Lunch (and opportunity to complete any paperwork)

 

RSVP by Friday 12 January 2018
We really look forward to seeing as many of you as possible on the day. If you can join us, please advise by emailing NikolinaVelkoska@melbournepolytechnic.edu.au  including any dietary requirements you may have.

NAATI Revalidation points
A certificate of attendance will be provided for NAATI re-validation.

Any questions?
If you have any questions or need any further information, please contact the CABS booking office:
E: cabs@melbournepolytechnic.edu.au or T: 03 9269 8308

 

Induction documentation and procedures for each RTO

Box Hill and CAE
No paperwork required for the day but information will be provided about arrangements for 2018.

Chisholm
A link to the online registration process for all casual employees is here: Onboarding – Casual Support Staff – Interpreters

Please note that all interpreters working for Chisholm will require the following documents prior to the issue of a contract

  • Employee Working With Children Check card
  • Certified right to work document (citizen)
  • Certified qualifications

Once onboarding completed and documents received, they will forward a contract to you. You will need to sign and return the contract prior to commencing work at Chisholm.

Holmesglen and Melbourne Polytechnic
All interpreters intending to work with Melbourne Polytechnic or Holmesglen in 2018 will need to bring the following documents to induction:

  • Working With Children Check
  • Drivers Licence or other photo ID that confirms your address
  • Birth certificate, current passport or visa as proof of ability to work in Australia (the original and one photocopy for each employer)
  • Evidence of NAATI Accreditation
  • Resume, including the contact details of two referees

Please bring original documents and one copy printed for each employer and one copy for CABS. We will have a photocopier available but it will save time if you can bring copies with you.

You will also need the following information, especially if you are signing up with an employer for the first time:

  • Banking details
  • Superannuation account details
  • Tax File Number

William Angliss Institute

Guidelines for Employment of Auslan Interpreters WAI.

WAI Campus Map