“As communication specialists, interpreters often have a hard time communicating for themselves. Whether through the school of hard knocks or a formal training program, we have all learned our own methods of communicating. However, these methods are not always effective nor received well. Communication is a two-way street, where lanes are sometimes blocked and often […]
CPC Tenet 7.2 and 2.6: Laws, Policies, and, Rules Affecting The Profession and Judicially Provide I&R
“The guiding principles behind the Code of Professional Conduct (CPC) “represent concepts of confidentiality, linguistic and professional competence, impartiality, professional growth and development, ethical business practices, and the rights of participants in interpreted situations to informed choice. The driving force behind the guiding principles is the notion that the interpreter will do no harm” (www.rid.org).
“Grammatical use of space for ASL takes on a new dimension when compared to the work of Tony Stark in Marvel’s Avengers. Beginning interpreters have often learned to use left and right space as a technique of displaying ASL grammar. They aren’t often sure exactly how to use it, but it is at least something
“This workshop will focus on ways humans make decisions which will give you the ability to make decisions that are more aligned with your intentions for your work and your life. We will discuss Nobel Prize winning theories of the mind. We will explore various biases and how they affect our decision making. This is
In the first section of this workshop, the facilitator will introduce the basic concepts of the Demand Control Schema . The facilitator will then introduce specific terminology and begin simple situational analysis 1 through examples using the DC-S principles. Each situation discussed will be more intricate, as participants learn to identify the various demands, Environmental,
“Have you ever thought about working in post-secondary education? Have you wondered if you could really interpret those classes? You can! It may take some preparation and we can figure that out together. Join me as we discuss the how’s, why’s, and ethics of working in post-secondary settings.” https://drive.google.com/file/d/1dlgH-tCHq9fWxKllZdg4yYgwvtAxrY1g/view?usp=drive_web Evaluation Link: https://forms.gle/WtaW6W5k9Bm1VYFk7
“Medical emergencies can happen at any time, in any setting. People are injured in situations like falls or motor-vehicle accidents, or they develop sudden illnesses, such as heart attacks or strokes. A high percentage of these attacks happen outside of hospitals. The primary purpose of the American Red Cross CPR/AED program is to help participants