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Maintaining Ethics in Interpreting: A Panel 11/15/14 – Austin

Nov152014

Austin Interpreters for the Deaf presents

Maintaining Ethics in Interpreting: A Panel

Discussion

This workshop brings together interpreters from across Austin and the surrounding area to share their experiences. This panel session will focus on ethics. The panelists have been chosen based of their expertise in a specific field and the years of experience interpreting in that field. Practical information will be shared regarding actual ethical dilemmas faced by interpreters in everyday settings. Participants, certified and pre-certified interpreters, will have an opportunity to engage with panelists, and each other, to work through these real ethical dilemmas.

Panel Members:

* Interpreting Agency/ VRS: Trey McNight
* Deaf/ Legal/ CDI: Kristin Lund
* K-12 Education: Holly Warren Norman
* Medical: Doug Dittfurth

Target Audience: certified and pre-certified interpreters will benefit from the discussion!

AID Panel Discussion and General Membership Meeting

Date: November 15, 2014

Panel Discussion: 9:00 AM—11:00 AM

AID Membership Meeting: 11:15 AM—12 noon

Location:

CSD Austin
200 West Cesar Chavez St
Austin, Texas 78701

CEUs: RID and BEI .2 CEUs approved.
Session Language: Sign language
Cost: Free for AID members

Accommodations

If you have a disability and need a reasonable accommodation, email [email protected]

Future panel discussions and AID membership meeting dates.

January 10, 2015—Legal interpreter panel
April 11, 2015—Deaf blind interpreter panel
June 6, 2015—K-12 and Deaf individuals with additional disabilities interpreter panel

Join AID for only $15, you can use pay Pal and the email address – [email protected] or email [email protected]

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