REMINDER: NCTID Presents: Team Interpreting a Panel Discussion – DFW

NCTID Presents – General Meeting Best Practices: Team Interpreting a Panel Discussion – DFW

Location: Methodist – Richardson, 401W Campbell Road, Richardson, TX 75080

Saturday, December 15, 2012
General Meeting: 10:00am – 11:00am
Workshop: 11:00am – 2:00pm
(Medical Plaza 1,1st floor, room 1)

Join us in discussing team interpreting the philosophy of, practical applications of the theoretical framework, and ethical implications for working interpreters. Discussion led by moderators Janice McCann and Deb Martinez. Panelist will include Helene Gilbert (Master Interpreter), Stephanie Chavez (Interpreter), Sandra Barnes-?Smith (Certified Deaf Interpreter), and others TBA. This discussion will target working interpreters (hearing, deaf, and student) and deaf consumers. Bring your questions, real life teaming scenarios, and be ready to have interactive discussions. This is an opportunity to learn from others in an open and inclusive environment. Discussions will be held in American Sign Language.


$30 – members ____________ Total enclosed: $________________

$35 – non – members ___________ Phone #:_______________________

Name: ___________________________ Email: _____________________________

Address: ____________________________________________________________

Send Registration/Payment to: Payable to NCTID c/o Janice McCann 744 Brick Row #2320, Richardson, TX 75081

*Interpreters/accommodations provided upon request, please note the deadlines below.

Deadline for mail in registration and interpreter requests/accommodations is December 8th, 2012. Notification for workshop cancellation December 12th, 2012.

Questions please contact:
Deb Martinez
P: 617-784-7796
E: [email protected]

Janice McCann
P: 214?402-0913
E: [email protected]

TSID is an Approved RID CMP Sponsor for Continuing Education. This Professional Studies program is offered for .3 CEUs at the Some Content Knowledge Level (Approved). BEI CEUs (Approved)

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