Intro to Certified Deaf Interpreting

The profession of Deaf Interpreting is rapidly growing and becoming increasingly popular. The facilitator will share basic information about Deaf interpreting, describe the profession, explain the requirements, and answer questions about Deaf interpreting. This information session is an opportunity to learn whether this type of work is something you would be interested in and to register for the upcoming training series on Deaf Interpreting to take place in the Spring of 2017 taught by Keven Poore, a CDI from the Philadelphia, PA area and other co-presenters.

● This information session will be conducted in ASL only. There will be no voice interpretation.

● Please complete registration on the next page and send as an attachment to Keven Poore at Training@DeafPACT.com by December 31, 2016

Where: Portland Community College Room #234 / CT Building 12000 SW 49th Avenue Portland, Oregon 97219

When: Saturday, January 14, 2017 Time: 12:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Target Audience: Anyone (Deaf/ Hearing/Hard of Hearing) interested in learning about Deaf Interpreting

Intro to Certified Deaf Interpreting (PDF)

 

Medical Interpreting Immersion Training At ISU

IDAHO STATE UNIVERSITY – MERIDIAN AND IDAHORID PRESENT

Medical Interpreting Immersion Training At ISU

By: Steven Stubbs, CDI, CLIP-R & Elizabeth Morgan, NIC Master, SC:L
With special access to the ISU – Meridian Virtual Anatomy & Physiology Laboratory

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1 – SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2016
9:00 AM – 5:00 PM DAILY, LUNCH WILL BE PROVIDED

Presented in American Sign Language, this three-day intensive workshop offers application of anatomy and physiology, with an emphasis on classifiers, specialized terminology used in medical settings, in-depth discussion of interpreting considerations for medical settings, and ethical decision making strategies especially for medical settings.

This workshop is open to 20 interpreters, both deaf and hearing. Consideration will be given to those with 3 or more years of experience. The time is interactive and hands-on. There is lots of time for practice and feedback in a safe, supportive environment.