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Voice Interpreting: Tips, Tricks and Skills

  • 24 Mar 2012
  • 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
  • Deaf Community Services: 3930 Fourth Avenue, San Diego, CA 92103

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Voice Interpreting: Tips, Tricks and Skills

Presented by

LaVona Andrew

 

Deaf Community Services

3930 Fourth Avenue, Suite 300

San Diego, CA  92103

Obtain parking pass when you arrive at the workshop.

This workshop is designed to enable participants to interpret sign-to-voice with less apprehension and improved prosody. Emphasis is placed on clear communication strategies, verbal turn-taking, and constructing for meaning.

LaVona Andrew (MA; CI, CT, NIC: Master, EIPA 5.0) is a life-long learner, interpreter and educator. As a native ASL user and sign language professional, she maintains a full interpreting schedule in addition to teaching university ASL courses and leading interpreting workshops nationwide. Her specialties include sign-to-voice, mental health, performing arts, and video interpreting.

Students: $25.00, Members: $40.00, Non–members: $50.00.

After March 22 and at the door: $60.00

Register on-line:

www.sdcrid.wildapricot.org

This workshop will be conducted in English. If you are Deaf and need accommodations, please contact pdc@sdcrid.org by 3/10/12. 

Please visit SDCRID.org for cancellation and refund policy.

The VRS Interpreting Institute (VRSII) is an approved RID CMP Sponsor for Continuing Education Activities.  This Professional Studies program is offered for 0.4 CEUs at the Some Content Knowledge Level. Activity #0295-0312-01

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