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Interpreter training/workshops

Interpreting webinars/workshops shown here are not on the Deaf.LA Calendar. (Exception: panel discussions related to community and culture.)

See the Calendar for cultural and entertainment events.


INTERPRETING WORKSHOPS


All times are adjusted to Pacific Time.  These are all virtual workshops unless otherwise noted.

 

1/28  9a-1p   5 Ways to Build Rapport with DeafBlind Early Language Learners

1/28  9a-12p  Processing Time

2/02, 4p  Randleman Real Talk Discussion: Interpreting Affinity Months: Tokenism or Representation?

2/04, 6-10a  Cultivating Collaborative Relationships 

2/04, 7a-2p  Interpreting for Language Deprivation 

2/04, 9a-12p  Interpreting for VR: Service Provision

2/25, 9a-12p  ABCs of the IEP

3/02, 4p  Randleman Real Talk Discussion:

3/11, 9a-12p  Making Feedback Fruitful: Turning Your EIPA Results Into a Plan

4/06, 4p  Randleman Real Talk Discussion:

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Trainings

GAP Mentorship Institute for educational interpreters
Terp Polish 1:1 Online Mentoring

CCSLI ASl Deaf Mentor Chat  Sept. 12-Dec. 12  (14 weeks)

Foundations Framework A, Framework B

AALB ASL Medical Interpreter Training (60 hours)  Check back for 2022 course offerings!

Advanced Skill-Focus/Immersion Labs for Interpreters  (Lisa Cryer, Deaf mentors) 7-week sessions 
Wed. or Thurs. 4:00 Pacific,  Thurs. 5:00 Pacific

SIU course offerings:
Educational Interpreting and Ethics
Idioms, Slang, Ethics, etc. (Check back for future offerings.)

MHIT August 2022 

 

Ongoing offerings

Deaf Action Center

Diversity Academy

Bethany Gehman – Sexuality education

Trix Bruce  NMS, Semantics, Classifiers, English Idioms, Medical Interpreting, Biology, PPO, Sex Ed interpreting

CWood Professional Development

ASL Owl

ASLIS weekly workshops  (discounted rate for ASL/ITP students)

Deliberate Practice Group for newer interpreters working toward certification. Wednesday afternoons, 6- week cycles

IMI – Bilingual Mediation Center

RID Continuing Education Center  

True-Biz ASL trainings:
Hearing interpreters/HITO
Deaf interpreters/DITO

Zaboosh  -monthly webinars, bi-annual conference

CEUs On-the-Go

CEUflix

Monthly Book Club

 

Self-Study

Healthcare Interpreter Certification Test Prep

Understanding Childhood Trauma  (free resource; not about interpreting)

Show Me the Music:  A Musical Theory for Artistic Interpreting

The Premise, The Process, The Practice

ASLIS CEU’s On Demand

ASL Learn

Medical Self-Study
Body Language Modules

Wink – online

EIPA courses (self-study)

CATIE Center
Behavioral/ Mental Health
Domestic Violence (limited access)
Trauma-Informed Approach
Behavioral Health: Intersectionality
Deaf/Hearing Teams
Translation Process ASL to English
Deaf  Perspectives on Translation
NIC Performance Prep, including mock exam

CALI –
Atypical Language Modules Webinars
Unfolding Scenarios

ProTactile/DeafBlind interpreting DBI

The Insightful Interpreter
Behind the Scenes with a Deaf and Hearing Team
Voicing: Strategies for Growth
Consumer Orientation 101

 

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Southern California RID

LINKS

1)  Health/medical

Deaf in Scrubs on FB 

Partners in Deaf Health
Facebook – PDF

Health Signs Center
Facebook – HSC 

Deaf Counseling Ctr

Medical Self-Study
Medical & Behavioral/ Mental Health

HCIN

2STEM

Atomic Hands
ASL CORE
ASL Clear
ASL STEM
ASL Signing Dictionary

Lab science – DeafTec
Math – Texas Math Dictionary,  DeafTec – math,
XtraMath (mastery of basic arithmetic)

Khan Academy Sign Language videos

Other:
Automotive, Electrical, Welding


3)  Educational
NAIE
Accessible Remote Education

3)  Taxes/IRS
Taxes  part1   part 2


 

Recent workshops (2022)     See Page 2 for an extensive list of previous workshops.

 

10/28, 2:00-5:00  Broadening Our Definition of Bilingualism

10/29, 1:30-3:30  Demystifying Disability

11/03, 3:00-6:00  Lost in Time, Lost in Transitions

11/03, 3:30-5:30  Keeping Those Soft Skills Sharp

11/05, 6am-3p  Advanced Medical Interpreting:  The Process and the Science

11/05, 6am-3p  Advanced Medical Interpreting: The Mechanics and the Switcharoo 

11/11, 2:00-5:00 (Corey Axelrod)  Don’t Be Mad If I Don’t Look

11/18, 2:00-5:00  Tears to Fears…Affect in the English Product

 

Deliberate Practice Group Series 4 2022  Wednesdays 3:00-5:00, 9/28 thru 11/02

Monthly Facilitated Reflective Practice – begins Oct. 2 or 11

11/03, 3:00-6:00  Lost in Time, Lost in Transitions

11/03, 3:30-5:30  Keeping Those Soft Skills Sharp

11/05, 6am-3p  Advanced Medical Interpreting:  The Process and the Science

11/05, 6am-3p  Advanced Medical Interpreting: The Mechanics and the Switcharoo 

10/01, 7:00-10:00  I’m Certified, Now What?

10/01, 7a-2p  Children’s Interpreters Virtual Symposium (spoken language)

10/01, 9:00-12:00 (Wink) Modeling Visual Language in the Classroom

10/01, 9:00-12:00  CCRID  What’s Up? series

10/01, 9:00-1:00  Enhancing Resilience

10/01 & 10/08, 9:00-12:00 Trauma Informed Interpreting for Deaf DVSA Survivors

10/02 & 10/09,  7:00-2:00  Conquer the TEP: ….Comprehension

10/03, 2:30-6:30   Medical Ethics

begin TEP Prep Course, Wednesdays Oct/Nov

10/06, 4:00-6:00 (B. Jarashow) Audism and Linguicism

10/07 & 10/08  SLS Conference

10/07, 2:00-5:00  (Corey Axelrod)  Cultivating DHH Students’ Social and Emotional Growth

Wednesdays 10/12, 19, 26,  4:00-6:00  Interpreting for Language Deprived Students

10/11, 5:30-7:00  Honoring the Deaf Professional

10/14, 2:00-5:00 Another Adult in My Classroom

10/14, 4:00-6:00 HCSC Workshop: The New ASL Police Pt 2

10/15, 10-2:00  Intepreting Politics: The Congress and The Court

10/18, 3:00-5:00  Professional Conversations

10/21, 3:00-6:00  Elevate Voicing: Raise Your Voicing to the Next Level

10/22, 10:00-12:00   Seeing Our Own Lens

10/28, 2:00-5:00  Broadening Our Definition of Bilingualism

10/29, 1:30-3:30  Demystifying Disability

9/26, 4:00-7:00  (Ricky Rose) Supporting Deaf Culture in the Public Schools

9/29, 3:00-5:00   Deaf Perspectives on Mental Health and Suicide Prevention (panel)

9/29, 4:00-6:00   I Need More Space!: Grammar in Space

9/01, 3:00-6:00  It’s Not the What, It’s the Why

9/07, 4:00-6:00  (Crom)  Translating Children’s Stories

9/08, 4:00-6:00 (ASLIS)  When Remote Interpreting Isn’t the Solution..Advocating for Best Practices/Equitable Access

9/09, 2:00-5:00  (Corey Axelrod) Promoting Student-Centric Learning

9/10, 8:00-12:00 (Trix) Medical Interpreting: Questions and Appointments

9/10, 9:00-12:00 What Did I Just Sign?

Wednesdays 9/14-10/26, 5:30-7:30  Getting Real With Imposter Syndrome

Mondays 9/12-12/12, 4:00-6:00 ASL Deaf Language Mentor Chat & Collaborative Practice 

9/14, 4:00-6:00 Examining the Environment

9/15, 3-5:30  The Body of Our Work

9/15, 4:00-5:00  Jewish High Holidays crash course

9/17, 8:00-12:00 (Trix)  Discourse Mapping...

9/17, 8-12:00 Level Up: Working from Sign Language to Spoken English

9/17, 9:00-1:30 Mediation:  A New Niche for Interpreters
(not ASL specific)

9/17, 10:00-2:00  Acting Tools for Terps

9/17, 11:30-1:30  Medical Interpreting:  Side Effects and Symptoms

9/23, 4:00-6:00  Real and Model Space

9/23, 2:00-5:00  Conquering Fingerspelling Fears

9/23-9/24 Scarlett’s Park Conference on CHARGE Syndrome
9/23  Trix
9/24 Trix
9/24, 7:00-1:30  Test: A Four-Letter Word

9/26, 4:00-7:00  (Ricky Rose) Supporting Deaf Culture in the Public Schools

9/29, 3:00-5:00   Deaf Perspectives on Mental Health and Suicide Prevention (panel)

9/29, 4:00-6:00   I Need More Space!: Grammar in Space

8/20, 9:00-12:00  Making English Tangible (Wink)
Student rate available for all ASL OWL workshops

8/21, 10:00-2:00  Intro to Legal Interpreting: Staffing and Arraignment Process

8/25, 4:00-6:00  Intro to Concert Performance Interpreting

8/27 8:00-12:00 Interpreting for Infant and Pregnancy Loss (not ASL specific)

8/27 9:30-1:30 (Wink) Fingerspelling:  Prescription vs. Description

8/31, 4:00-6:00  (Wink) Modeling Visual Language in the Classroom

8/10  The EIPA Process

8/10-9/28 Wednesdays 4:00-6:00  TEP Prep course

8/11, 3:00-6:00 Finding Your Superpower

8/11, 4:00-6:00 Seven Deadly Sins of Interpreters

8/13, 8:00-12:00  Imposter Syndrome

8/13, 8:00-4:00 (Trix)  Women’s Health & Wellness

8/13, 9:00-12:00 Roadmap to the BEI Certification

8/17, 3:00-6:00 (ASLIS)  Where in the World is Crom Saunders?

8/19, 4:00-6:00  Best Practices in Medical Interpreting

8/19, 4:00-6:00 & 8/20 8:00-10:30am  Conquering the TEP

8/08, 8/10, 8/12  Trauma-Informed Interpreting With Children
8/08  The EIPA Process
8/06, 9:00-12:00  Self-Talk for Interpreters: Succeed Without the Suck
8/06, 10-2:30  (in English)  A History of the English Language 
8/06, 5-7:00 Impartiality While Interpreting Healthcare for LGBTQ Community
8/06 1:00-3:00 Space Walk:…Tracking and Using Depiction
8/4, 3:00-6:00 (ASLIS) The 5 C’s of Effective Team Interpreting

7/30, 9:00-11:00 (in English) Language Access Laws in the U.S.

[7/30, 9-10:30  Monkeypox Town Hall (Dr. Lorne Farovitch)]
Recorded Livestream 

7/30, 8:00-12:00(Trix) Medical Interpreting: Expansion in ASL Medical Terminology
7/28, 4:00-7:00 Conference Interpreting
7/27, 4:00-6:00  I Need More Space!:  Spatial Templates
7/23, 7:00-10:00am Practical Strategies to Fight Unconscious Bias
7/15-7/17  Terp Academy Summit
(Attend live or up to 3.0 CEUs via workshop recordings. Available for 1 year.)
7/11, 7/13, 7/15 MWF 4:00 CPS & the CPC
7/10   Getting Dramatic About Interpreting (Crom)
7/08  The EIPA Process w/Jodi Upton

 

 

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