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Interpreter Workshop: Should I use CDI? What for? – Austin

Austin Interpreters for the Deaf (AID) proudly presents

“Should I use CDI? What for?”

Presented by Ann Horn, BEI Intermediary-3 and Ritchie Bryant, RID CDI

Date: Saturday, May 14, 2011

Time: 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Location: Austin Community College
Highland Business Center
Board Room 201
5930 Middle Fiskville Road
Austin, TX 78752

Workshop Description:

Certified Deaf Interpreter using: Will explain the purpose of using CDI and
trying to emphasize that CDI does not take any interpreter’s job but want
them to know that they can benefit by having them as their team interpreter
and will have role playing to get an idea on how it works.

There will be a one-hour break for lunch.

The main focus of this afternoon’s workshop is to discuss the various
reasons why Certified Deaf Interpreters (CDIs) are underutilized and
identify ways we can include them as part of the communication team. This
workshop will challenge conventional wisdom about the roles of CDIs and
determining which assignments would require CDIs.

Workshop presented in ASL. For further assistance, contact AID President
Elect Roberto Sandoval at [email protected] or (512) 364-0441.

Cost: $40.00 for 6 Hour Workshop

Discounts:

-$ 5.00 RID/TSID Member
-$ 5.00 AID Member

Please register online at http://aid.tsid.org/site/forms/Registration.php

BEI CEUs Approved & RID CEUs Pending

Please go to http://aid.tsid.org for a full explanation of our refund
policy.

TSID is an Approved RID CMP Sponsor for Continuing Education Activities.
This Professional Studies Program is offered for .6 CEUs at the Little/None
Content Knowledge Level.

Sponsored by Austin Community College Interpreter Services Department

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