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ASLIA (WA) Interpersonal Communication PD$120.00 (member price: $60.00)
Researchers and business experts agree that people with high emotional intelligence (EI) are consistently the top performers in their organisations. They’re more resilient and flexible when things get tough, and they’re held in the highest regard by their bosses, peers, co-workers and others.
In this powerful half-day workshop, you’ll learn why EI is far more than just a handy set of “people skills” and why it’s the one skill you must have to be successful in today’s workplace!
It’s a day of training that will forever change the way you work!
Unless you work in a vacuum, you have to deal with people—all kinds of people. From the outrageous drama queens to the backstabbers and turf-guarders to the hardworking co-workers who’d love to help you out but just can’t find the time—you’re going to have to work with all of them at one point or another.
Using the EI skills you’ll learn during this workshop, you’ll gain the ability to more appropriately respond to the world around you and eliminate the stress and frustration that often comes from working with others.
2019 ASLIA National AGM & New Life Member Induction – Onsite$0.00 (member price: $0.00)
NAATI PD Points Recertification Category: 1.6 Attended a translating or interpreting networking session, forum, awareness day, professional association branch meeting/ National AGM or service provider developmental team meetings. (10 points) Date 26/09/2019
“I felt yuck about that job”: Unpicking the Layers of Difficult Interpreting$100.00 (member price: $100.00)
Dr Rachel McKee is an Associate Professor in the School of Linguistics and Applied Language Studies at Victoria University of Wellington and Programme Director of NZSL Studies.
Rachel was in the first group of NZSL interpreters to be trained in 1985. Working as a community interpreter motivated her to study sign language and interpreting in the USA from 1988, where she became a certified ASL interpreter while completing a PhD in Applied Linguistics at UCLA. Rachel returned to NZ in 1992, working with her husband David McKee to establish training programmes for sign language interpreters, Deaf teachers of NZSL, and hearing NZSL learners. Her research publications have spanned the grammar and lexicon of NZSL, sociolinguistic variation, interpreting, deaf children in education, Deaf community history, and language policy and planning for NZSL. Rachel was the inaugural president of SLIANZ (founded 1995), and she has valued close connections with Auslan interpreting colleagues and researchers throughout her career.
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NAATI PD Points 1.4 - Attended a formal professional development session - 20 points Date 12/10/2019