Reflective Practice using DC-S
Tue 22/10/2019 | Starts: 8:00 pm | Ends: 9:00 pm | State: VIC/TAS
This series of three online workshops is designed to help interpreters develop deeper understanding of Demand Control Schema and its application to their work.
The one-hour, interactive workshops will be facilitated by Dr Maree Madden. In each session a real life scenario will be presented and analysed using DCS.
Participants must be available for all three dates. If you cannot make one or more of the dates, please do not register. If Deaf Interpreters wish to participate then these sessions will be facilitated in Auslan. This is an ASLIA Members only opportunity.
Dates: Tuesday 8th October, Tuesday 22nd October, Tuesday 26th November
Time: 8 pm to 9pm, AEST
NAATI: 2.19 Ethics (10pts)
Maree Madden bio
Maree has been a NAATI accredited interpreter for 30 years, and was the first Certified Conference Interpreter in in Australia in 2014 (Auslan to English direction). She has worked in primary, secondary and tertiary educations settings, in legal contexts, police interviews, medical, sporting, employment, performance and conferences at local, state, national and international levels. Most of her current work is medical, mental health and conference interpreting, both face-to-face and via VRI.
Maree has also had international sign interpreting experience at two Deaflympics (Melbourne and Taipei), at the Deafness and Mental Health Congress in 2009, the Deaf Australia conference in 2011, at the United Nations in Geneva in 2013, the WFD Conference in Sydney in 2013 and the WFD Asia Region conference in Singapore in 2016.
Maree has been an interpreter educator since 1993, being employed TAFE Colleges in Brisbane and Sydney. She has been guest lecturer and course convenor at Macquarie University in the Post Graduate Diploma of Interpreting course. Since 2015, she has worked as an Educational Interpreter training consultant and mentor in the Far North Queensland, North Queensland, South East and Darling Downs education regions in Queensland.
In 2001, she gained her PhD from Griffith University, Brisbane. Her doctoral thesis examined the prevalence and impact of overuse injuries on Auslan interpreters.
Maree has delivered professional development workshops interpreters in Brisbane, Sydney, Canberra, Melbourne, Perth, Lismore, Tweed Heads, and Auckland. She has facilitated workshops on Demand Control Schema and reflective practice since 2015, in both face to face and video conference modes.
Maree has completed training on DCS with Robyn Dean and is currently enrolled in a nine month course on Reflective Practice and Supervision.
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|NAATI PD Points||2.19 Ethics (10pts)|