TASBID’s Annual Interpreter Training Workshop – Aquilla, Texas

TASBID’s Annual 1.0 CEU Interpreter Training Workshop

Professor – Lone Star College – North Harris
Interpreter Training Technology Program

1.0 BEI DARS/TCDHH CEUs Approved
1.0 RID CEUs Approved

November 12-13, 2010
Friday Session: 7 p.m.– 10 p.m.
Saturday Session: 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Latham Springs Baptist Encampment
Aquilla, TX (Exit I-35 at West, Tx., north of WACO)

Participants will discuss
* 3 Hours – Ethics in Religious Settings
* 4 Hours – The Bible: Now Showing in 3-D (Using space, classifiers,
role-shifting, etc. to make interpretations come to life)
* 3 Hours – Bringing Songs to Life in Sign (emphasis on church/Christian
music) Workshop includes 1 night lodging and 3 meals. Special diets cannot
be accommodated.

Motel Room $ 75.00 per person (sleeps 1-3 persons) rooms based on when
payments are received Dorm Room $ 65.00 per person – must bring your own
linens (sheets/sleeping bag, pillow, towel, etc.)

Commuter $ 40.00 per person – Saturday lunch only

Registration Deadline: November 1, 2010. No on-site registration.

Sessions are presented orally. To request an interpreter, email:
[email protected] Or call 281-468-1158 by October 15, 2010

Sponsored by:
Texas Association of Southern Baptist Interpreters for the Deaf – TASBID
Baptist General Convention of Texas – BGCT

Check-in time: Friday, November 12, 2010, 5 p.m. at Volunteer Hall. Dinner
from 6 to 7p.m.

Mail check or money order (payable to Linda Flores) with this registration
form to:
Denise Taylor
P. O. Box 721023
Houston, Texas 77272-1023

Your registration will be verified by email.
Registration is complete only when paid in full.




Email: Please print clearly


Gender: M__ F__ Motel ___ Dorm___ Commute___

Due to shared accommodations, several attendees tend to experience allergic
reactions to animals, so there will be no pets allowed at the workshop.
Thank you for your consideration of the TASBID workshop attendees.

Question or concerns? Please contact Denise Taylor at
[email protected]

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