GTID “Strong Language” Workshop 4/27/13

Golden Triangle Interpreters for the Deaf

Presents: “Strong Language” with Barbara Johnson & Aaron Capps

When: Saturday April 27th, 2013

Location:
Lamar University
Speech and Hearing Center, Room 170
121 Rolf Christopher Drive
Beaumont, Texas

Time: 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
Advanced Registration: Members*: $20.00     Non-Members: $25.00
At-the-Door: Members*: $25.00     Non-Members: $30.00

Strong Language does not just entail what we call ‘curse words’.  Strong language also includes truthful, direct language in the fields of medicine, law, civil services, and education. This workshop is geared to handle emotionally charged situations in those interpreting environments, as well as vocabulary and jargon related to those fields.  This workshop is geared toward students of the interpreting profession and newer interpreters.

*Membership of any local chapter, TSID, or professional interpreter organization is accepted.

Proof of membership should be shown with registration.

Registration and Payment may be mailed to:  GTID * PO Box 20966 * Beaumont, TX 77720-0966

OR

Email Registration form and submit Payment through PayPal to:  [email protected]  OR

Bring completed Registration and Pay at-the-door – note fee change.

REGISTRATION ( .65 CEUs approved with BEI)

Name: ________________________________________________________

Member:  Y     N

City/State: ___________________  Email ____________________________

Member of: ______________

Phone ____________________   (V/Text or Text only)

Amount enclosed/paid:  $ _________

(circle one)    CASH    Check # ______         Online (PayPal)

(Payable to GTID)          (PayPal: [email protected])

For more information, visit our website, http://www.gtid.tsid.org, or our Facebook page or contact any of our GTID officers on Lamar campus:

Barbara Johnson, Aaron Capps, Paige Abshire – COM 105, or Zanthia Smith – SH
Contact the Treasurer for additional payment info at [email protected] or call/text 979-218-7533.

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