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Skill Based: ASL to English, Listening! Understanding! and Voicing!

“Bring your phones to tape/record yourselves!) IMPROVE your unconscious LISTENING and develop ‘conscious’ approaches! How? Forensic Listening strategies develop the constructive use of expansion skills! As we interpret, we often interpret the explicit information only, leaving the details out. By discovering strengths in ‘noticing differently’ – increased empathic VENACULAR understanding occurs. WHILE VOICING, what is …

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Songs, Sermons, and Scriptures: Religious Interpreting Aint Easy!

“Religious or church interpreting is one of the most challenging settings for interpreters. Though frequently minimized, the complex and varied nature of the religious setting requires the interpreter to be competent in navigating all styles of linguistic register. Many of the components of church or religious settings involve challenging language features such as frozen/archaic texts, …

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G-Spot 101

“Perhaps you are aware of what a G-spot is, where it is and what it does but for many out there this mythical magic spot is elusive. Physical arousal, sex, and associated pleasures can be very technical. If you want to understand them, you must be able to break them down. DID YOU KNOW: that …

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Mind Maps: How the Mind Makes Decisions and, How Unconscious Biases Affect Our Decisions

“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 …

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Beginning Court/Legal Terminology for Interpreters

“This interactive workshop is designed for participants who are interested in pursuing courtinterpreter certification. Many interpreters and interpreting students are interested in eventuallyworking in a court/legal setting but are unsure where to start. The information presented in thisworkshop is primarily vocabulary/concept based and is designed to provide a foundation fromwhich to build a more well-rounded …

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The Medical Interpreter Certification Exam

“This session will review how the MIC was developed, review candidate eligibility and discuss content considerations as outlined in the candidate handbook, and engage participants in an interactive discussion about ways to best prepare oneself before and during the exam. “ https://youtu.be/ypUgrITE65A Evaluation Link: https://forms.gle/VG69DYuteh1jRtci8

A Study in Interpreting Ethics

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, …

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Mastery Of Meaning

“This workshop will address the very heart of interpreting: Meaning. How do we manage the finer shades of meaning, address subtleties found in language and express the unspoken? As interpreters, we determine meaning through a combination of factors such as context, intonation, intent, setting, and other linguistic features. To accurately interpret we must look past …

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Interpreting in Higher Education: Navigating the Next Level

“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