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Created: 27 October 2020
We periodically profile some of our high-performing interpreters who exemplify TIS National's mission and demonstrate the values we strive for as an organisation.
Read the latest profile for Rosemary Kariuki, an inspirational Australian from a Kenyan background and TIS National interpreter.
View more TIS National interpreter profiles.
Created: 31 December 2020
The Talking TIS Summer 2021 edition includes:
Focus groups support UNSW research
TIS National feedback changes
Read the Talking TIS Summer 2020 newsletter!...read more
Created: 22 February 2015
No. At this stage you need to access TIS Online using an internet browser, however it may be useful to bookmark TIS Online onto the home screen of your mobile device for easy access....read more
Created: 23 February 2015
No. At this stage you need to access TIS Online using an internet browser, however if may be useful to bookmark TIS Online onto the home screen of your mobile device for easy access. ...read more
Created: 19 August 2020
The Talking TIS Winter 2020 edition includes:
Telehealth: TIS National expands service offering for medical clients
TIS National contact centre: at a safe distance
TIS National business continuity enhancements
Read the Talking TIS Winter 2020 newsletter!...read more
Created: 05 August 2022
Service providers with a Free Interpreting Service (FIS) client code can now access the FIS for non-English speaking clients who have recently arrived from Ukraine. Evidence of entitlement to Medicare is not required from these clients. Medical practitioners who do not have a FIS client code can obtain one by registering online at https://tisonline.tisnational.gov.au/registeragency.
If you have any queries regarding the above, please contact the FIS Team by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Created: 08 August 2022
What services does TIS National provide?
TIS National provides interpreting services to agencies and businesses that need to communicate with their non-English speaking clients. These services also enable non-English speakers to independently access your organisations services and information.
TIS National has access to more than 2700 interpreters in more than 150 languages.
TIS National provides access to the following interpreting services:
Immediate phone interpreting (131 450).
Created: 08 September 2021
With current COVID-19 restrictions in place for most Australian states and territories, please consider the expert public health advice relevant to your state or territory by visiting the Australian Government Department of Health website.
If your agency works with clients at high risk of severe illness from COVID-19 or has been identified as a COVID-19 exposure site, TIS National asks that you reconsider your requirement for on-site interpreting. Consider using alternate service channels such as phone or video...read more
Created: 30 January 2018
TIS National provides the Free Interpreting Service, on behalf of the Department of Social Services. The Free Interpreting Service assists approved organisations and individual service providers to communicate with eligible Australians who do not speak English.
Private medical practitioners and pharmacies are eligible to access the Free Interpreting Service to assist in communicating with non-English speakers who have a Medicare card. Nurses, reception or other practice support staff can also access the Free...read more
Created: 21 July 2022
If you are a non-English speaker
Video remote interpreting allows agencies to connect with an interpreter via a video conferencing platform rather than onsite or via phone. TIS National offers all agency clients the ability to book interpreters for video remote interpreting services through our online booking system, TIS Online.
Bookings may be made for appointments up to 90 calendar days in advance from the date of request.
If you are an agency client or organisation
All interpreting booking requests must...read more