This workshop will address the very heart of interpreting: Meaning. How do we manage the finer shades of meaning, address subtleties found in language and express the unspoken?
Bursting with imagination, this exuberant whistle-stop tour through Verne is a trip worth making.
Free workshops provided at DeafConnect for those seeking to improve interpreting skills, for both certified and not-yet certified, that are interactive, informative, and fun!
Join Visual Communication Interpreting for another Deaf Karaoke Night. MC's for the night: Monica Shimmin and Lavona Collins.
Want to learn about domestic violence and sexual violence? Want to learn about trauma-informed interpreting? Want to learn about interpreting in legal settings? This training is for you!
This two-part, 15-hour introductory workshop (Part One: 3 hours and Part Two: 12 hours) is for those who seek to advance their understanding and application of best practices while working as a mem
The purpose of SERID Inc. shall be to hold an annual conference. State Coordinators for the Deaf in the Southeastern United States are responsible for the coordination of the conferences.
Make sure to mark your calendars. 4 Hours of credit for only $10
Good News!!! Trix Bruce is coming to Chattanooga, Tennessee!
September 16, 2016: Friday 5:30 – 9:30 pm
♥ Lexical Non-Manual Signals: The "TH" signal
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