Workshops at TJC ITP 2/25/17 – Tyler
UPDATED: CEU’s have been approved .3 BEI CEU’s per workshop (1/12/17)
There is a discount for early bird registrations and seating is limited. Also, there is a student discount (attach copy of current ID). Please contact me to be sure seats are available, especially after early bird deadline as historically, our workshops are well-attended.
Download PDF version is available at the bottom of the announcement. (Both flyer & Form)
Two Workshops! Saturday, Feb 25, 2017
9:00 a.m. – Noon
“SIGHT TRANSLATION STRATEGIES: Documents Legal? When?”
By Susie Grona, TX BEI Level III Intermediary Interpreter
1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
“Adults vs Juveniles: Different – How?”
By Cheryl Sloan, RID CI/CT; BEI III/CIC
.3 TX BEI Pending for EACH Workshop
Target Audience: Sign Language Interpreters & Second year ITP Students
Workshop/Course Description: “SIGHT TRANSLATION STRATGIES: Documents Legal? When?”
Have you ever struggled with your sight translation skills in ASL? If so, this workshop is for you!
Sight translation is the process of translating a printed text in English into ASL, which poses several challenges in this task. This workshop will provide a general understanding of how to apply sight translation techniques such as figurative language, lexical meanings, rules of ASL grammar and articulation.
In-depth focus will enhance participants’ ability to communicate information and ideas through signs, gestures, classifiers and fingerspelling so that a person who is monolingual would have the same accessibility to understand a printed legal document in English.
Workshop activities will include using various legal documents and/or forms that may/can be used in any interpreting settings. Participants attending this workshop will be surely entertained!
Workshop/Course Description: “Adults vs Juveniles: Different – How?”
This workshop is designed to show an interpreter the progression of the juvenile justice system from its infancy to the present day procedures. Some of the topics to be discussed are: the history of juveniles in adult courts; Juvenile Court Act and its legacy; reform cases; adult and juvenile Constitutional rights; the comparison of legal terms used in adult and juvenile procedures; the arrest procedure for a juvenile & how it differs from adults; custodial interrogation; the juvenile justice process and more.
Where: Tyler Junior College Apache Rooms (Rogers Student Center off Baxter St.)
1400 E. Fifth Street
Tyler, Texas (physical address)
The room tends to be cold – we have no control.
Cost: Early Bird by February 17, 2017
All Others $30
All Others $40
After February 17, 2017 (Call to reserve a seat)
All Others $40
All Others $50
*must include valid student ID
Contact: Presentations in ASL or Spoken English. Accommodation requests must be received by Feb 17, 2017 by contacting Rhonda McKinzie, otherwise, there is no guarantee of accommodation availability.
Contact Rhonda McKinzie for more information and cancellation policy. firstname.lastname@example.org 903-510-2774
Rhonda McKinzie, M.S., LPC
Download flyer & Form (PDF) – Feb25 2017 TJC ITP WkShop Flier Reg Form