• ADA Help Me How

    ‘ADA HELP-ME HOW’ is a six part series presented by Christopher Tester, CDI from New York City. Chris explains the ADA and how to file a complaint if you feel you have been discriminated against. Each part in this series is 1-hour long. 1. A Snapshot of the ADA 2. ADA & Employment (Title I) […]

    $100.00
  • intro to dcs

    There has been a significant shift in ethical expectations in the field of interpreting from a deontological, or a rule-based approach to a more teleological, or goal and consequences-based approach. Given that, interpreters are no longer expected to rely on rules, which tell professionals what to think ethically but how to think ethically. Unfortunately, most […]

    $100.00
  • ASL Gumbo pt 2

    “Models are metaphors: ways of seeing one set of behaviors in terms of some other. Of course interpreters are not, never have been, and never will be machines, but if we think of some of the good qualities of efficiently running machines, it is useful to make the analogy. Throughout our brief history we have […]

    $55.00
  • city state country

    This webinar is intended for people who have little or no knowledge of different signs for cities, states, and countries. In this webcast, you will learn the different signs for cities, states, and countries. Objectives: Participants will be able to list the unique sign characteristics of at least ten city, state, or country signs. Participants […]

    $55.00
  • intro to dcs

    This three-hour workshop will provide an overview of the DSM-5 revisions, including its development process, changes to the organizational structure, and major revisions to existing diagnoses, as well as the introduction of new disorders from the previous DSM IV-TR This workshop will also inform participants about the elimination of Axis and the new utilization of […]

    $55.00
  • Heres sign

    Our work is serious business, to be sure. But who’s to say we can’t have fun with some of our experiences? Comedian Bill Engvall made the above statement famous almost 20 years ago with one classic standup routine. His claim that stupid people should just wear a sign so we’d all see them coming struck […]

    $55.00
  • good interpreter

    What makes a truly “good” interpreter? A seeming command of multiple languages? Expertise in expressive or receptive skills? Making complex concepts simple to understand? Always knowing just what to say/sign as well as when and how to do so? Surely, we’ve all watched other “good” interpreters at work, sometimes with admiration, wonder, or maybe even […]

    $55.00
  • Idioms1

    This is not your typical webcast. This is going to be a horse of a different color. We are dissecting idioms, showing their English presentation and their ASL interpretation.This webcast includes demonstration, discussion, interaction, and practicum. Objectives: Participants will be able to define the term “idiom” and give at least five examples. Participants will identify […]

    $55.00
  • idioms2

    Our first Idioms webcast had people head over heels! We had so many requests for a part two, that we would be pea-brained not to do one. David, Wendi and Earl will be back to bring you more idioms. They will be dissecting idioms, showing their English presentation and their ASL interpretation.This webcast includes demonstration, […]

    $55.00
  • Idioms3

    The cows have come home left and come back again! There are so many idioms that we haven’t been able to cover in the last two webcasts that we feel inclined to offer you another. Who are we kidding! They have been so much fun that we just wanted to do another one! All joking […]

    $55.00
  • Idioms4

    Hey there! We haven’t seen you in a coon’s age! Hopefully you haven’t been at wit’s end trying to find another way to earn your CEUs! Well, whether you’ve been around the block a few times or you’re a Johnny-come-lately, “Idioms Until the Cows Come Home – Part 4” with David Hylan, Wendi Coker and […]

    $55.00