ASLIA (SA): On the job decision-making: Is it really black and white? PD + ASLIA SA AGM (ASLIA Live)
Hosted by ASLIA SA
29/08/2020 | Starts: 12:00 pm | Ends: 2:00 pm | Venue: ASLIA Live
THE PD IS NOW FULL You are still welcome to join us for the AGM
For Auslan<>English Interpreters and Deaf Interpreters. Supported by sponsorship from Auslan Services.
What was the last on-the-job ethical decision you made? What value/s in the ASLIA Code of Ethics and Guidelines for Professional Conduct did you rely on to inform your thinking processes and behaviours? If the same scenario happened again tomorrow, would you make the same decisions or different ones? In two short hours, we will look at the ASLIA Code of Ethics and Guidelines for Professional Conduct then work in small groups to examine real-life scenarios, identify issues and decision-making options. Facilitator Paul Heuston and your colleagues look forward to seeing you online!
Presented in ENGLISH with Auslan interpreters. Followed by the ASLIA SA AGM at 2pm.
This PD event is for ASLIA SA members – maximum participants 20.
If you are from another state and are interested, please email ASLIA SA firstname.lastname@example.org to join a stand-by list if places become available.
PD Facilitator: Paul Heuston
Paul is a National Accreditation Authority for Translators and Interpreters (NAATI) Certified Auslan/English interpreter, with over 30 years of practice. He has worked in a diverse range of settings and clients – from the cleaner to the Prime Minister and a plethora in between. His other qualifications include a Bachelor of Arts (Sociology), Bachelor of Laws and a Diploma of Legal Practice. Paul has been privileged to serve as the Australian Sign Language Interpreters’ Association (ASLIA) President and is also an Honorary Life member.
|NAATI PD Points||2.21 Attended a workshop run by a professional body specifically concerned with ethics of the profession. 10 points. 1.6. Attended a professional association branch AGM. 10 points.|