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Part II: Effective Practices in Deaf/Hearing Interpreting Teams

  • 05 Dec 2015
  • 8:00 AM
  • 06 Dec 2015
  • 5:00 PM
  • Cuyamaca College Rooms I-207 and 208

Registration

  • YOU MUST be a member in good standing AS OF JULY 30th 2015. If you choose this option and were NOT a member by July 31, 2015, you will be charged an additional $50.
  • YOU MUST be a DCS Staff interpreter with at least 3 years experience. Early bird ends 31 OCT
  • This option is for CURRENT members of SD ASLTA as of July 31, 2015. If you were not a member as of this date, you will be charged an additional $50.00 prior to workshop. Early bird ends 31 OCT
  • This option is for all hearing interpreters who have more than 3 years experience who are NOT affiliated with SDCRID, DCS, or SDASLTA and who are registering early, or those who joined/renewed after August 1, 2015. Early bird ends 31 OCT
  • This option is for all Deaf who are not affiliated with SD ASLTA, DCS or SDCRID, or those who's membership was renewed after August 1, 2015. Early bird ends 31 OCT
  • This option is for any Hearing interpreters who did not sign up prior to October 31, 2015, regardless of your affiliation. You must have at least 3 years experience in the field. No exceptions. This option good till 30 NOV
  • This option is for any Deaf person who did not sign up prior to October 31, 2015, regardless of your affiliation. If you do not have previous training, you will be required to prepare prior. This option good till 30 NOV
  • This option is for late registration for everyone. It is only open from DEC 1 - 5. It is not guaranteed for entry, it is dependent on your experience, the Deaf:Hearing registration ratio. You may also not be guaranteed lunches.
  • If you hold a certificate for half off an SDCRID workshop, please contact the PDC PRIOR to selecting this option in order to get a promo code. Please email PDC@sdcrid.org - Certificates are not valid for late registration.
  • If you hold a FULL certificate for an SDCRID workshop, please contact the PDC PRIOR to selecting this option in order to get a promo code. Please email PDC@sdcrid.org - Certificates are only valid for EARLY BIRD
  • This option is for PDC ONLY - promo code required

Registration is closed

                   


SDCRID & SD ASLTA are thrilled to present 


Part II: Effective Practices in Deaf/Hearing Interpreting Teams



ASL announcement: 

Coming soon

We are excited to bring back Trenton Marsh and Jennifer Storrer for the second part of this workshop series.



****  PART 2 ****


Effective Practices in Deaf/Hearing Interpreting Teams

 December 5th & 6th, 2015 (1.6 PS CEUs)*

8:00 am to 5:00pm Saturday and Sunday 

(Lunch will be provided on both days)


We will bring together Deaf & hearing for 2 days of teaming.  


Incorporating the NCIEC Deaf Interpreter curriculum this workshop covers the rationale, theories, and practices of Deaf/Hearing and Deaf/Deaf interpreter teams. Learners will engage in dialogue on the critical roles and contributions of team members in achieving communication access. Learners also explore and practice effective teaming strategies. 


Prerequisite: To register for this session, participants must have attended the first workshop or demonstrate previous training and/or knowledge. If you did not attend for the first workshop, we will contact you about providing proof of knowledge and registration does NOT guarantee entrance. 


Cuyamaca College - Exact room to be announced a week prior to the workshop. 


Registration will be limited, first come first served. We must limit the number of registrants to achieve Hearing(2):Deaf(1) ratio for the most effective training. Therefore, registration may be closed for a period of time, or hearing people will be placed on a waitlist until Deaf people register. We encourage hearing interpreters and other Deaf attendees to share this workshop with others to maximize the training. 


Registration is now open to people who did not attend Part I and those outside of San Diego. We have more than half the slots filled, and we cannot save room for people, signing up early does not guarantee a spot, unless it is PAID. 


CEUs in the category of Professional Studies will be offered by the Western Region Interpreter Education Center at Western Oregon University, an approved RID CMP and ACET sponsor. *Partial credit has been approved for SAT only - 8 to 3pm



                  Thank you to our major sponsor 




other sponsors:




Register: http://sdcrid.wildapricot.org/event-2061510


IF you are attempting to register for an option and it appears to be grayed-out, that usually means that you do not qualify for that option. Early Bird is good till October 31, 2015. Limited amount of seats remaining 


Any questions, please contact PDC@SDCRID.org


Thank you! We look forward to seeing you there.

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