This is an in-person event.
University of Washington South Campus Center and Magnuson Health Sciences Building
1959 N.E. Pacific St.
Seattle, WA 98195
This four-day intensive course will offer application of anatomy and physiology in American Sign Language, with an emphasis on classifiers, specialized terminology used in medical settings, and ethical decision making strategies especially for medical settings.
To optimize learning, the program is offered at a hospital. Participants will analyze and practice interpreting discourse in both classroom and clinical settings. Class time will be interactive and hands-on, with lots of time for practice and feedback in a safe, supportive environment.
This program is facilitated by Karen Malcolm and Nigel Howard.
Requirements: To register for this training, you must have
- National certification: BEI III or Advanced; NAD IV or V; RID CDI, CI/CT, NIC or above
- At least 3 years of general interpreting experience
- Proof of current flu vaccination and TB Mantoux test
- Plan to attend the entire program. Partial attendance is not permitted.
Registration fee: $250. Covers cost of program only. Participants are responsible for all other expenses (meals, accommodations, transportation, etc.).
Apply: Complete the application form at http://www2.stkate.edu/catie-center/seattle-medical-immersion by February 9 to apply for admission. Applicants will be notified of their status by February 13.
Application deadline is February 9, 2015. Applicants will be notified of their status on February 13, 2015.