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  • WWYD2

    Certified interpreter David Hylan, CI/CT, hosts this second installment in this series. In the series, scenes of conflict, moral dilemma, or illegal activity involving sign language interpreters are presented through text or acted out by actors. Variations are also usually included, such as changing the situations, genders, the races or the clothing of those involved […]

    $55.00
  • WWYD3

    Certified interpreter David Hylan, CI/CT, hosts the third installment in this series. In the series, scenes of conflict, moral dilemma, or illegal activity involving sign language interpreters are presented. Variations are also usually included, such as changing the situations, genders, the races or the clothing of those involved in the scene, to see if participants […]

    $55.00
  • WWYD1

    WHAT WOULD YOU DO when confronted with various interpreting scenarios that require an immediate decision and reaction? Some scenarios are ethical in nature, some are best business practices, some involve moral dilemmas, and some are just opportunities to exercise values clarification. This interactive webcast will present participants with video simulations, text simulations, and other opportunities […]

    $55.00
  • whose turn is it

    “Two are better than one…” is a wise saying that has applied in countless situations since it was first penned more than 2,000 years ago. It certainly applies in the interpreting arena as well, regardless of the venue, be it community, educational, or VRS. Sometimes we all need a helping hand (or set of hands). […]

    $55.00
  • English

    American Sign Language interpreters spend 50 percent of their working day using or understanding ASL, and the other 50 percent using or understanding spoken English.  However, do interpreters spend 50 percent of their training investigating the English language?  How about 40 percent.  30?  20?  In fact, interpreters think about the English language quite infrequently, relying […]

    $65.00