All interpreters registered with Access Interpreting are accredited by the National Accreditation Authority of Translators and Interpreters (NAATI) and are required to maintain high professional standards. Our Interpreters undergo regular professional development and skills maintenance to ensure that we provide the best possible interpreting service at all times. All Auslan Interpreters are required to adhere to a strict code of ethics as set out by the Australian Sign Language Interpreter’s Association (ASLIA).
Access Interpreting provide quality interpreting services in a variety of situations, such as medical appointments, legal appointments, special events, functions and workplace meetings. Access Interpreting is also the only organisation to hold a Common Use Agreement (CUA) with the WA Government for Auslan Interpreting Services and ISO 9001 accreditation so you can be confident of our staff providing a first-rate and reliable interpreting at all times.
Recent opportunities have included providing Auslan Interpreters for the ANZAC Day Dawn Service at Kings Park, interpreting in the WA Parliament and working with the Department of Fire and Emergency Services to ensure a plan is in place for Interpreter access during emergency broadcasts.
To book an interpreter please use our online booking system or download our booking form.
Alternatively you may contact the office to discuss your interpreting service requirements.
After Hours Emergency Situations
Access Interpreting operates during business hours, however, should you require an Interpreter for an emergency situation after hours involving police and hospitals (including weekends and public holidays) please contact the after-hours service on 0410 017 540.
This service is tailored specifically to the needs of the client. Our interpreters care and professionalism can help take the stress out of emergency situations, thisservice ensures that members of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing community have equal access when communication is needed most.
All bookings received outside of business hours and requiring interpreting services prior to the next day of business are considered an emergency after-hours booking.
It is the responsibility of the organisation making the booking to pay for this service, it must not be passed on to the individual.