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Vulnerability in a Virtual World

Aug
21
Sat

This workshop is an in-depth analysis into anxiety and self-confidence issues brought on by interpreting situations. The day will be comprised of virtual interactive activities in both small and large group facilitated discussion. Participants, , will build trust with a series of simple and self-reflective activities.

Brave Space and Ethical Practice

Aug
24
Tue

Part of an Ethics Series - each session is a stand alone session.
This workshop will discuss how ethical values and decision making can be strengthened by healthy interpersonal skills (ethical dilemmas will utilized as context for reaching the educational objectives). See flyer for more details.

Common Practice in Ethical Decsions

Aug
26
Thu

Part of a Webinar series of Ethics workshops - each is a stand alone session. See flyer for more details.

An Introduction to Mentoring at the U of L

Aug
28
Sat

Mentoring interpreting students is a skill and an art that often seems overwhelming at first. Students often are more accustomed to academic settings than practical settings, and the mentor is the individual who is responsible for bridging the gap between structured instruction and authentic practice. 

Ethical Decision Making and Interpreters

Aug
31
Tue

Part 3 in a 4 part series 

The How and Why of Our Ethics

Sep
02
Thu

It is important to know factors that influence your ethical decision-making process; it is common knowledge that we are clearly influenced by multiple factors. Some are the laws of the legal system, the Code of Professional Conduct, and individual workplace policies and procedures.

You Have the Right to an Accurate Interpretation: Interpreting the Miranda Warning

Oct
28
Thu

This workshop will focus on interpreting the Miranda Warning (also known as the Waiver of Rights). Participants will explore the origins of the waiver and learn how to process the source material and produce an accurate interpretation.

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