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Why Deaf People Don't Give Feedback to Interpreters

  • 07 Dec 2019
  • 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM
  • Palomar Community College

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Workshop Presenter: Justin Buckhold, "Bucky"


Workshop Description: Why Deaf People Don't Give Feedback to Interpreters?

Haven't you wondered why Deaf consumers avoid giving feedback to interpreters and yet they have something to say to their colleagues? Perhaps they gave feedback that was irrelevant? We will be discussing why Deaf consumers do not embrace the art of providing feedback when it comes to sign language interpreters.


Workshop will be presented in ASL.


Time: 10:30-12:30p


Location: Palomar College

1140 W Mission Rd, San Diego CA 92069

Room MD 157

Parking available in Lot 12


0.2 CEUs approved by Trix Bruce Inc for this workshop


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If registering for all three 2 hour workshops, please choose the bundle option. This includes 0.6 ceus.

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