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Live Workshop - April 28, 2018, 9am-12pm Professional Practices and Ethical Decision Making in Educational Interpreting
Presented by Debra Intravaia


This workshop will touch on the K-12 educational interpreter - common practices, professional courtesies, boundaries and responsibilities, and the applicability of the RID Code of Professional conduct tenets in various educational settings and situations.

CEUs: .3 Professional Studies

April 28, 2018
9am-12pm

Sheraton Lake Buena Vista Resort
12205 South Apopka Vineland Road
Orlando, FL 32836

Please click here to register.
 
 
 

Hearing as Gatekeepers: Part II
How to be an Effective Deaf-Hearing Team


The Deaf Interpreter (DI) and Hearing Interpreter (HI) team is crucial in providing effective communication for all consumers. Different tools will be explained to increase the effectiveness of the interpreting process between DI and HI. Participants will then use the concepts/tools and application learned during the role play scenarios. Experienced and new Deaf and hearing professionals are encouraged to join the workshop to do self analysis and team building exercises through hands on activities.

Participants will:

  • Analyze what makes a DI-HI team effective
  • Analyze communication tools and approaches the DI-HI team can utilize
  • Explain what the DI-HI interpreting process looks like
  • Demonstrate the best DI-HI set up for different situations
  • Apply the knowledge gained from the presentation into role-play scenarios
 
 Live Webinar - April 10, 2018, 7-8:30pm

Hearing as Gatekeepers: Part I
Communication Access with DI/CDI


This webinar will focus on how hearing interpreters serve an important role as gatekeepers for Deaf interpreters in the interpreting field. In order for both hearing and Deaf consumers to have access to communication, Deaf interpreters are usually called upon. The DI-HI is crucial in providing effective communication. The main goal is to spread awareness of how hearing interpreters are gatekeepers when it comes to using Deaf interpreters and develop strong working relationships between DIs and HIs.

Participants will:

  • Identify the roles of hearing and Deaf interpreters
  • Identify which type of situations call for a DI and/or CDI
  • Explain to hearing consumers the reasons a DI/CDI is needed
  • Apply the knowledge gained from the presentation into role play scenarios

Participants will earn .15 CEUs. The cost is $29.99 per webinar.

 Live webinar will take place April 10, 2018, 7-8:30pm EST

Please click here to register.
 

 
Recorded Webinar - Currently Available

Making Math Legible: A Deaf Educator's Perspective - Part II

This continued series will expand on math concepts to assist interpreters in various educational or other environments where math presents itself. As an abstract construct, accurate mathematical representation can be challenging for interpreters. This webinar will focus on various mathematical constructs such as ratios, median, mode, and mean, from a Deaf viewer's perspective.

Participants will:

  • Gain an understanding of the critical placement of signs in space that support conceptual accuracy of meaning when interpreting for mathematical constructs
  •  Develop an understanding of the Deaf consumer's experience receiving interpretation of word problems and the particular challenges of comprehending the relationship of mathematical concepts when interpreted into English sentences
  • Develop strategies for interpreting mathematical concepts during testing

Participants will earn .15 CEUs. The cost is $29.99 per webinar.

This is an online recorded webinar and can be viewed from your computer at your convenience.

Please click here to register.
 

 
Recorded Webinar - Currently Available

Interpreting for Individuals with Atypical Vision

Interpreters are not trained to understand vision and various eye diseases. Nor are they prepared to interpret specific details in an eye exam. This workshop will provide an introduction to terms that are used when describing atypical vision and various eye conditions.

Educational Objectives:

  • Describe various terms used to describe atypical vision or individuals with low vision
  • Demonstrate knowledge of the physiologic structure of the eye
  • Understand the implications that various eye diseases have on visual reception

This workshop is presented in spoken English with captions.

Participants will earn .15 CEUs. The cost is $29.99 per webinar.

This is an online recorded webinar and can be viewed from your computer at your convenience.

Please click here to register.
 

   
Recorded Webinar - Currently Available

Making Math Legible: A Deaf Educator's Perspective

Mathematics is an abstract concept, existing within its own language structure. Oftentimes taking these complex concepts and interpreting them into American Sign Language, in a way that is conceptually accurate, provides great challenge to interpreters. This webinar focuses on various aspects in math, such as timelines, negative numbers, graphs, etc. specifically algebra from a Deaf viewer's perspective. Content will include mathematical sign language vocabulary and accurate use of space and dimensions.

Participants will:

  • Develop a repertoire of sign language vocabulary that is suited to mathematical concepts
  • Develop an awareness of the Deaf viewer's experience on the production of math in ASL
  • Grow an understanding of the critical placement of signs in space that supports conceptual accuracy of a meaning

This workshop is appropriate for working interpreters, students and researchers. It is also applicable to both hearing and Deaf interpreters. This webinar is presented in ASL with simultaneous spoken English interpretation.

Participants will earn .15 CEUs. The cost is $29.99 per webinar.

This is an online recorded webinar and can be viewed from your computer at your convenience.

 Please click here to register.
 

 
Recorded Webinar - Currently Available

Mediating Identity: Assessing the Interpreter's Role

Listeners make judgements about the people they are talking with based not only on the situation and their personal relationships, but also on how the person sounds. This phenomenon is, in effect, an ongoing construction of social identity. This workshop explores how interpreters actively contribute to the construction of identities of people through their ASL to English interpretations.

Participants will earn .15 CEUs. The cost is $29.99 per webinar.

This is an online recorded webinar and can be viewed from your computer at your convenience.

Please click here to register.
 

 
Recorded Webinar - Currently Available

SignTalk Professional Development Series Presents
ABCs and 123s: Fingerspelling & Numerical Production - Part 2

Presented by Miriam Morrow, CDI

Our original ABCs and 123s webinar has remained our most popular and most frequently requested webinar. Therefore, we are so pleased to offer you Part 2. This session will continue to explore "native-like" strategies to increase reception and expression of fingerspelling and numerical production. Participants who are still struggling and / or need to gain more confidence in their production will benefit from these additional strategies and exercises. Session will also include lexicalized fingerspelling and new vocabulary.

Participants will:

 - Gain a better understanding of the rules that apply to the "DeafWay" of producing fingerspelling and numbers in ASL.

- Identify strategies that will assist in enhancing their receptive skills of fingerspelling and numbers in ASL.
 
- Share common mistakes while producing fingerspelling with participants.

- Diagnose patterns in production of fingerspelling and numbers in ASL.

This workshop is offered in ASL without voice interpretation.

This is an online recorded webinar and can be viewed from your computer at your convenience.

Please click here to register.
 

 
Recorded Webinar - Currently Available SignTalk Professional Development Series Presents
So to Speak: English Expansion for Interpreters

We are so pleased to offer our latest webinar. So To Speak: English Expansion for Interpreters as a recorded webinar that can be watched at your convenience.

Led by Amy Meckler, CI, a nationally certified interpreter and a poet, this interactive workshop creates a supportive environment to expand your vocabulary, correct common grammatical errors and practice modifying your ASL-to-English interpretations for various registers and environments.

This webinar will be presented in Spoken English with simultaneous ASL interpretation. Webinars are geared for all working interpreters and interpreting students, hearing or Deaf.

Participants will learn to:

• Use new words and idioms in impromptu speech and interpretations.

• Identify the difference between Standard English and other American dialects.

• Become familiar with the four components of words: denotation, connotation, register and context for use.

• Determine how similar words differ and the correct context for their use.

• Recognize common grammar mistakes made in casual and consultative speech and will be able to correct such errors.

• Produce numerous English words and phrases for commonly glossed ASL signs.

• Continue improving their English and increase their vocabulary.

Participants will earn .15 CEUs. The cost is $29.99 per webinar.

This is an online recorded webinar and can be viewed from your computer at your convenience.

Please click here to register or email rsvp@signtalk.com with any questions.

 
Recorded Webinar - Currently Available

SignTalk Professional Development Series Presents
Register Considerations in Educational Settings


In this workshop we explore the impact of register when interpreting between ASL and English. We contrast markers in both languages. We will consider the impact of register in our work as educational interpreters.

- Identify markers of register in English and ASL.

- Consider how we get attention in both languages in different settings - and the impact on the listener.

- Explore interpretations between the two language, including register considerations.

Participants will earn .15 CEUs. The cost is $29.99.

This is an online recorded webinar and can be viewed from your computer at your convenience.

Click here to register.

 

 
Recorded Webinar - Currently Available

SignTalk Professional Development Series Presents
ABCs and 123s: Fingerspelling & Numerical Production - The Deaf Way Webinar

Led by Miriam Morrow, CDI, this latest session will focus on native-like strategies to increase reception and expression of fingerspelling and numerical production. Lexicalized fingerspelling will be taught as it is used in real life, to help participants expand past what is learned in the classroom. Ms. Morrow will review common mistakes and diagnose patterns in production of fingerspelling and numbers in ASL which will enhance expressive skills.

This webinar is offered in ASL without voice interpretation.

PARTICIPANTS WILL:

·Determine rules that apply to the “DeafWay” of producing fingerspelling and numbers in ASL.

·Identify strategies that will assist in enhancing their receptive skills of fingerspelling and numbers in ASL.

·Classify common mistakes while producing fingerspelling
and numbers in ASL.

·Diagnose patterns in production of fingerspelling and numbers in ASL which will enhance expressive skills.

Participants will earn .15 CEUs. The cost is $29.99.

This is an online recorded webinar and can be viewed from your computer at your convenience.

Please click here to register.

 
Completed Course - No Longer Available SignTalk Professional Development Series Presents
Professionalism & Ethical Practices Series Webinar
Presenters: Susanne Morgan Morrow, MA, CI, CT & Lauren Ridloff, MA

Interpreters are faced with a variety of challenges every day, ranging from ethical practice to professional decision making. Presented by a seasoned interpreter and a Deaf community member, this professional development webinar series addresses the critical foundational components that guide interpreters in making sound ethical decisions.

Educational Objectives:
  • Demonstrate knowledge of the history of RID & NAD and how that history relates to the current testing procedures.
  • Identify the tenets of the RID Professional Code of Conduct.
  • Exhibit knowledge of the laws that support and guide the profession of sign language interpreters.
  • Identify strategies for self-monitoring of professional interpreting behavior.

These workshops are geared toward interpreters and interpreting students, Deaf and hearing.

CEUs: .15 per webinar (Professional Studies).

Cost: $35 per webinar or $85 when you register for all 3 webinars.

 Webinar #1 - Professional Expectations in the Field of Interpreting:
- RID & NAD History
- Professional Code of Conduct tenets
- Professional Affiliations (pre & post certification)
 
Webinar #2 - Ethical Decision Making for Interpreters:
- Laws that support & guide interpreters (IDEA, ADA, Rehab Act)
Ethical Scenarios: Educational vs. Community Interpreting


Webinar #3 - Professional Appearance & Behavior:
- Self-monitoring Practices
- Attire & Presence
-Multi-Cultural Aspects: Hearing, CODA, Deaf, Deaf-Blind
 

  

Completed Course - No Longer Available

The Role of an Educational Interpreter
Presented by Kevin Bratholt, NIC

This workshop is geared towards educational sign language interpreters interested in providing K-12 classroom interpreting services. This workshop will focus on:

  • The role and responsibilities of an educational interpreter
  • School policies and procedures
  • Ethical decisions
  • Discussion of common scenarios

    Active affiliated members and school staff interpreters may attend free of charge.

    Location:
    North Miami Executive Center
    12550 Biscayne Blvd.
    North Miami, FL 33181

    On-site Contact:
    Maria Jimenez
    917-847-1358

    RSVP required. Email RSVP@signtalk.com
     
 

Completed Course - No Longer Available

How Do I Interpret That?
Presenter: Miriam Morrow, CDI

The uniqueness of American Sign Language can be complicated and challenging for interpreters. This workshop will focus on training interpreters in successful strategies when working with complex content. This session will give interpreters opportunities to analyze various ways to interpret messages between languages and analyze metaphorical meanings.

It will include:

  • Hands on practice
  • Role playing
  • ASL idioms / lexical term review
  • Group activities
  • Group discussion

 This workshop is geared toward intermediate and advanced interpreters.

Location: SLC Conference Center
15 West 39th Street
New York, NY 10018

CEUs: .4 CEUs

Cost: $35
 

 
 

Completed Course - No Longer Available

Blood, Guts & Signs!
Interpreting in a Complex Medical World
with Michael McKee, MD, MPH

 The 2 day workshop will focus on training interpreters to succeed in a variety of medical interpreting environments. The medical environment is complex due to the different terminology (lingo) used, the potential bio-hazards and dangers, and the uniqueness of each Deaf patient in need of an interpreter. Dr. McKee is a Deaf family physician who has trained and worked in different medical environments in Florida, South Carolina, and Michigan. He will review the following areas in extensive detail:

  •  Introduction of Accessible Health Communication for Deaf Patients
  • Various Medical Environments and How to Effectively Navigate them as an Interpreter
  • Medication Review
  • Medical Terminology and Signs
  • Top 10 Medical Diagnoses (Primary Care Based)
  • Top 10 Medical Diagnoses (Hospital Based)
  • Effective Health Communication Strategies
  • Review of Deaf Patient Scenarios (interactive role playing)
  • Hands on practice of medical terminology (interactive role playing)
  • Review of medicolegal aspects and interpreter code of ethics

This workshop is geared for Intermediate and Advanced Interpreters.

Location: SLC Conference Center
15 West 39th Street (between 5th and 6th Aves)
New York, NY 10018

CEUs: 1.6
Cost: $145

  Email ddavid@signtalk.com or call 718-382-2020.

  

Completed Course - No Longer Available


Accurate Fingerspelling & Number Production for Educational Interpreters
with Miriam Morrow, CDI

with a workshop on accurate fingerspelling & number production techniques! Fingerspelling & numbers are the foundation of all academic courses and are critical for literacy development for students who are deaf/hard-of-hearing.

Where: SLC Conference Center
15 W 39th St, New York, NY 10018 (Entrance on 7th Ave.)
Cost: $25
CEUs: .4

Email RSVP to ddavid@signtalk.com.

 
 

Completed Course - No Longer Available


Let's Take the NIC Performance Exam!
Presented by Janice Humphrey, Ed.D., CSC, NIC Advanced
This hands-on workshop will prepare you to take the performance portion of the NIC certification exam. The workshop will review ethical dilemmas, identify required elements to be included in your answers, and review interpreting videos similar to those found on the exam. Upon completing this workshop, participants will:

•Develop skills in analyzing ethical situations and apply specific Code of Professional Conduct standards to defend or refute selected responses.
•Demonstrate critical thinking and in-depth understanding of applying the Code of Professional Conduct.
•Practice interpreting skills and compare them to RID standards of performance.


CEUS:0.75 Professional Studies
TUITION$95/$85 for affiliated SignTalk Interpreters
Note: A recorded webinar will be available later this summer.

Courtyard Marriott • 730 North Magnolia Ave. • Orlando, FL 32803

Call or Email Sanika Wilson 718.382.2025 or SWilson@signtalk.org to register.

 

   
Completed Course - No Longer Available

Interpreting in a Medical Setting
Presented by Michael McKee, MD, MPH

This comprehensive overview of medical interpreting will include:
•Introduction and Medical Barriers/Deaf Health Review
•Top Ten Diagnoses
•Meds/Family History Review
•Medical Interpreting Settings/Scenarios (Interpreter and Clinical Vignettes- interactive)

CEUS:0.75 Professional Studies
TUITION:  $120

Radisson Hotel, One Radisson Plaza, New Rochelle, NY 10801

Call or Email Sanika Wilson 718.382.2025 or SWilson@signtalk.org to register.

   

Completed Course - No Longer Available                       

Classifiers: Make the English Tangible
Presented by Windell "Wink" Smith, NIC Master

Picture a train...What do you see? Now ask a friend to picture a train and have them explain or draw what they first saw. Is it the same image you had? Most likely not. American Sign Language is no different; we all have different mental images. Another interpreter will interpret a concept completely differently than you do. This workshop will focus on harnessing the ability to take English and create a beautiful ASL interpretation that culturally bridges the gap along with respecting each other’s mental image. When we learn how Deaf people developed their language collectively, and how it evolved into the complex language it is today, we see much of that was due to their subjective view of how something worked (otherwise known as concept). This workshop will encourage participants to think about the objects and required actions in a sentence to formulate an ASL concept based on their subjective view of the world, without adding their own biases. Then participants will work to figure out ways to either convey those objects or transform them using classifiers and/or blend both all the while using Visual Vernacular.
CEUS:0.3 Professional Studies
TUITION:$45
Note: Both a live workshop and a live online webinar are offered. A recorded webinar will be available later in the fall.
SLC Conference Center, 352 7th Ave. (30th Street), 16th Floor, New York, NY 10001

Call or Email Sanika Wilson 718.382.2025 or SWilson@signtalk.org to register.

   

Completed Course - No Longer Available


 Idioms: Do You See What I'm Saying?
Presented by Windell "Wink" Smith, NIC Master

Idioms . . . they are confusing and can be an interpreter’s worst nightmare. However, idioms were created to be an outlet for expression to compare how someone feels, or an attempt to make a point. Interpreters are supposed to take the message and convey it with the speaker’s intent to a language most accessible to the receiver. For example, if the receiver is Deaf and their first language is ASL, the interpreter is providing ASL access until the point that an idiom is used. If the interpreter then reverts to the receiver’s second language, the speaker’s intention may be lost.
In this workshop, participants will learn how to:
CEUS:0.3 Professional Studies
TUITION: $45
Note: Both a live workshop and a live online webinar are offered. A recorded webinar will be available later in the fall.

Courtyard Marriott • 730 North Magnolia Ave. • Orlando, FL 32803

Call or Email Sanika Wilson 718.382.2025 or SWilson@signtalk.org to register.

   

Completed Course - No Longer Available

CDI Foundations: A Prep Workshop

Deaf individuals interested in obtaining an RID/CDI certification from.

The workshop meets the minimum 16 hour requirement needed to take the RID CDI written exam.

The workshop, divided into two modules, RID Code of Professional Conduct and The Role and Function of a Deaf Interpreter, will provide participants with a better understanding the role and responsibility of a Certified Deaf Interpreter (CDI) and the Code of Ethics/Code of Professional Conduct broadcasted by the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (RID).  Participants may register for either session or both.

The first session will review the history, terminology and application of the RID-NAD Code of Professional Conduct, various ethical scenarios where they apply, and the decision making process involved.

The second session will cover four domains: professional role and responsibilities of a CDI, how a CDI prepares for Service Delivery, what provision of service would look like from a CDI stand-point, and how a CDI can effectively deliver post-service closure with a team member and/or consumers involved.  There will be a brief introduction on the concept of Demands and Control options in the field of interpreting.

The SLC Conference Center

352 7th Ave 16fl, New York, NY

   

Event Complete

Creating Comprehensible Math: Algebra & Geometry
This workshop will focus on the subject matter within math, specifically algebra (i.e. fractions, exponents and pie charts) and geometry (i.e. angles, area and perimeter). Content will include mathematical sign language vocabulary and accurate use of space and dimensions.65$
RSVP 718-382-2025
  SL Conference Center 352 7th Avenue, 16th Floor, New York, NY

   

Event Complete 

Interpreting in a Mental Health Setting, Part II: Clinical and Ethical Issues, Assessment and Application
 
The workshop will provide interpreters with an opportunity to explore mental health issues from a linguistic, contextual, and personal perspective. Through didactic and hands-on activities, participants will become familiar with psychological concepts and relevant vocabulary in mental health settings.

COURSE TUITION:$65.00
Register before January 14th for 10% Discount
READ THE REVIEWS!!

   

Event Complete 

Tactile Interpreting
This workshop will assist the participants in gaining a base understanding about tactile sign language by breaking down the nuts and bolts of the word throughout the representation of a mnemonic. Participants will leave with a broader understanding of tactile sign language and the various components that lead to successful communication interactions.
$85
RSVP 718-382-2025
 

READ THE REVIEWS!!!

   

Event Complete 

Open House for Sign Language Interpreters
Please bring your resume and (if available) a copy of your credentials
RSVP 718-382-2025
  3148 East Tremont Ave. Bronx, NY 10461

   


Event Complete

NIC Interview & Performance Exam Prep Webinar Series
This series is designed to assist you in the NIC Exam test-taking process
Sessions can be attended live or viewed via recording
See
deafblindtip.com
 for more details
1.35 CEUs LIVE, 0.95 CEUs, RECORDED 
   



Event Complete

 

 Orientation and Overview of
Educational Interpreting in the NYC DOE

FREE WORKSHOP
Location: SL Conference Center, 352 7th Ave. 16th Fl. New York, NY 10001
Presenter: Beth Prevor, CT, Director

   

 


Event Complete

 RSVP to our Free CEU Event: Unplugging & ReconnectingTM
Managing Your Addiction to Technology & Stress in honor of our 15th Anniversary! 
Location: Long Island: Nassau Community College

1 Education Dr, Garden City, NY 11530 RM
Presenter: Debbie Mandel
To register, call 718-382-2025
0.15 CEUs

   

Event Complete
Free CEU Event: Unplugging & Reconnecting™:
Managing Your Addiction to Technology & Stress in honor of our 15th Anniversary!
Join us 6/21 (Manhattan) or 6/22 (Long Island) at our Wine & Cheese Reception.
Manhattan: SL Conference Center 352 7th Ave, 16th Fl, New York, NY 10001
Long Island: Nassau Community College 1 Education Dr, Garden City, NY 11530

   


Event Complete


NIC Written Exam Prep Webinar

Presenter: Susanne Morgan Morrow, MA, CI, CT
3-Week Facilitated Learning Session
(Live with Facilitated Discussion)
   


Event Complete

English Idioms: PSST..How Do You Interpret That?
Location: Hotel Pennsylvania, 401 Seventh Avenue,  New York, NY 10001
Presenter: Patricia (Trix) Bruce
To register, call 718-382-2025
0.30 CEUs

   


Event Complete

ASL Semantics: Precision of Expression in ASL
Location: Hotel Pennsylvania, 401 Seventh Avenue,  New York, NY 10001
Presenter: Patricia (Trix) Bruce
To register, call 718-382-2025
0.30 CEUs

   


Event Complete

Classifiers Workshop
Location: SL Conference Center, 352 7th Ave. 16th Fl. New York, NY 10001
Presenter: Miriam Morrow, CDI
To register, call 718-382-2025
0.40 CEUs

   

 


Event Complete

Psychology and Mental Health: Clinical and Ethical Issues as They Apply to Sign Language Interpreters
Location: SL Conference Center, 352 7th Ave. 16th Fl. New York, NY 10001
Presenter: Tomina Schwenke, CI, CT
To register, call 718-382-2025
0.40 CEUs
 

 

 


Event Complete

Substance Abuse - Building a Foundation for Ethical Decisions as They Relate to Sign Language Interpreting

Location: SL Conference Center, 352 7th Ave. 16th Fl. New York, NY 10001
Presenters: Helen Faith Jones, MA, NIC, Tammie Carmichael, NIC, NAD
To register, call 718-382-2025
1.20 CEUs
 
Event Complete


NIC - Written Examination Prep Course
Location: SL Conference Center, 352 7th Ave. 16th Fl.
New York, NY 10001

Presenter: Susanne Morgan Morrow, MA, CI, CT

 

Event Complete

                                


SignTalk®  Medical Interpreting Series
Part III- Medi
cal Concepts and Terminology for the Sign Language Interpreter
Location: SL Conference Center, 352 7th Ave. 16th Fl. New York, NY 10001
Presenter: Laurie Nash, MA, CI, CT
To register, call 718-382-2025
0.40 CEUs

 
   

Event Complete

                      


SignTalk®  Medical Interpreting Series
Part II- Practical and Ethical Considerations: Interpreting in Medical Settings
Location: SL Conference Center, 352 7th Ave. 16th Fl. New York, NY 10001
Presenter: Laurie Nash, MA, CI, CT
To register, call 718-382-2025
0.40 CEUs

 
   

Event Complete

                    


SignTalk®  Medical Interpreting Series
Part I- The Hospital Setting
Location: SL Conference Center, 352 7th Ave. 16th Fl. New York, NY 10001
Presenter: Laurie Nash, MA, CI, CT
To register, call 718-382-2025
0.40 CEUs

 
     
       
    

                        


NIC - Written Examination Prep Course
Location: SL Conference Center, 352 7th Ave. 16th Fl. New York, NY 10001
Presenter: Susanne Morgan Morrow, MA, CI, CT

To register, call Marina 718-382-2025
 

 
                         


SignTalk® Medical Interpreting Series
Considerations for the Medical Interpreter

Location: Nassau Community College, One Education Dr., Building G Rm 321
Garden City, NY 11530
Presenter: Laurie Nash, MA, CI, CT
.40 CEUs  


                         


SignTalk® Medical Interpreting Series
Medical Concepts and Terminology
Location: Nassau Community College, One Education Dr., Building G Rm 321
Garden City, NY 11530

Presenter: Laurie Nash, MA, CI, CT
.40 CEUs


                 


NIC - Written Examination Prep Course
Location: SL Conference Center, 352 7th Ave. 16th Fl.
New York, NY 10001

Presenter: Susanne Morgan Morrow, MA, CI, CT


                         


SignTalk® Medical Interpreting Series
Practical and Ethical Considerations

Location: Nassau Community College, One Education Dr., Building G Rm 321
Garden City, NY 11530
Presenter: Laurie Nash, MA, CI, CT
.40 CEUs
 

 

 

For more information or to register, please contact us at PDS@signtalk.org. Affiliated
consultants enjoy a 10% discount on all PDS workshops. Register for all 4 modules of the Medical Interpreting Series and receive a 15% discount.

Comprehensive Network, Inc./SignTalk® Division is an RID CMP/ACET Approved Sponsor of continuing education for sign language interpreters.

No penalties for cancellation: Cancellation for any reason submitted in writing for any course will
receive a full refund. UNEQUIVOCAL GUARANTEE!

 

 

SignTalk®
Phone: 718.382.2020
VP: 347-916-3223
email: info@signtalk.org

SignTalk Florida
Phone: 407.612.6303
Fax: 407.459.1736
email: info@signtalkfl.com

 

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