Communication Matters: Interpreting in Sexuality Settings Training – Austin

Communication Matters: Interpreting in Sexuality Settings Training – Austin

Need to improve your interpreting skills in sexuality settings? Register for the upcoming workshop with me on August 19, 2017! You will not want to miss this workshop that will leave you with a new bags of skills & knowledge that will change the way you interpret sexuality content!

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Communication Matters: Interpreting in Sexuality Settings

White Box: This intensive 6-hour workshop provides interpreters the opportunity to examine sexuality issues, explore values/attitudes/beliefs about sexuality, identify situations where skills with sexuality interpreting would be useful, and apply resulting approaches to interpreting practice. Participants will be equipped with appropriate and effective tools to become more comfortable with interpreting sexuality content.


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Saturday, August 19, 2017 (black bold font)

9:00 am – 4:00 pm with one hour lunch break

Texas School for the Deaf
Ford Building, Multipurpose Room
1102 S. Congress Ave.
Austin, TX 78704

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0.6 CEUs RID and BEI
Only 50 (bold and underlined) seats available!
$65 Professionals
$45 Students

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TSID is an Approved RID CMP Sponsor for Continuing Education Activities. This Professional Studies program is offered for 0.60 CEUs at the “Some Content Knowledge Level.” (Black font)

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No Voice Interpreting (Black bold font)

Refund policy and requests for reasonable accommodations, please contact [email protected] (black font)

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