AA Meeting Structure- 0.2 CEUs


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Product Description

(This is Part 3 of a 3-part series) In this 100-minute webcast, which closes out the three-part series on alcoholism from David Evans, attention will be given to the types of meetings held by Alcoholics Anonymous, what transpires at these meetings, and what helpful information interpreters need to know before interpreting at such meetings. Viewers will learn about how such meetings are opened and closed, special terminology and various themes prevalent throughout Alcoholics Anonymous.

Additional information


0.2 Professional Studies

The Betty & Leonard Phillips Deaf Action Center is an Approved RID CMP Sponsor for continuing education activities. The Professional Studies program is offered at the 'Some' Content Knowledge Level.



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We will have recorded version of every webcast available. If for some reason you cannot attend the webcast at the scheduled time, you may watch the recorded version later. Because of this, we cannot offer refunds. If a webcast is cancelled, you will be given credit to view another webcast, either live or archived.

Target Audience

Working sign language interpreters

Presenter Information

David N. Evans, RID CI & CT, NIC Master
David has a comprehensive history providing ASL-English interpretation services in a variety of community settings, specializing in music/performing arts and conference work. David teaches interpreters across the country on issues of interpreting, language, and culture. Accomplishments include presenting at two National Alliance of Black Interpreters (NAOBI) conferences and four national Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (RID) conferences, with one audience made up of over 1,250 participants! Educating interpreters since 1992, David’s sessions are interactive, entertaining, and informative, creating a relaxed, safe environment for all audiences. David established Bridge Communications in 1996 to further his goals of providing skill-building workshops and video materials for ASL-English interpreters. When not on the road presenting, David makes his home in Minneapolis where he enjoys roller skating, playing Frisbee, listening to disco, and taking walks around the city’s many lakes.