Deaf Interpreter Workshop
Hosted by Nigel Howard
27/04/2019 | Starts: 9:00 am | Ends: 12:00 pm | Venue: Room: S07_2.16/2.18 Room, Griffith South Bank Graduate Centre, Seminar Room
Deaf Interpreter Workshop presented by Nigel Howard
Aimed at current D.Is, future D.Is and any Deaf person considering becoming a Deaf Interpreter or work in a role involving Deaf interpreting such as a Auslan Language Model – Teacher Aide(Qld)
This workshop aims to provide insights into working as a D.I, the types of work you will receive, professional boundaries and ethics and where to access training and development.
Nigel Howard works as an instructor at Douglas College in the Program of Sign Language Interpretation, and Child, Family and Community Studies (CFCS), and University of Victoria in the Department of Linguistics.
He is on the Board of Editors for International Journal of Interpreter Education (IJIE) and is the World Association of Sign Language Interpreters’ (WASLI) North America Representative.
Nigel provides presentations, workshops and training on varying topics/subjects around the world such as Interpreting in Medical Settings, Deaf Interpreter, Deafhood and Global Communities, interpreter professional development and so forth.
Nigel has worked as a Deaf Interpreter for over 20 years, often in medical, mental health, legal, theatre, community, and conference settings – locally, nationally and internationally.
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|NAATI PD Points||Recertification Category 1.4 - (10 points)|
|Face to Face Attendance for 3hr workshop|