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Introduction to Video Interpreting
11th November 2017 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm£60
This session will be led by Helen Ryan, who co-produced the ASLI Video Interpreting Best Practice document with Rob Skinner (click here to view)
An Introduction to Video Interpreting will give participants the opportunity to:
- Understand the difference between video remote and video relay interpreting.
- Understand the role of the interpreter when interpreting via video.
- Have an opportunity to try interpreting via video.
- Consider the varying demands that are present in working online, including issues of etiquette, turn taking, presence and technology.
- Explore the various coping strategies and controls one can employ when working online
Book your place on this full day of training for only £30! Remember to contact Devon & Cornwall’s Training Rep, Emily Quigley at email@example.com for your discount code. Non-member price: £60
Tea/coffee and snacks will be provided but please bring your own lunch.
If you have any access or dietary requirements, or if you have any queries, please contact Emily.
About the course trainer, Helen Ryan:
I completed my training at the Centre for Deaf Studies at Bristol University from 2002 to 2005.
I have considerable experience of working with children and families, within health and social care, quasi-legal settings, local government, mental health, therapeutic settings and higher education. Much of my work has been with deaf people from overseas who are developing their BSL fluency. Working extensively within this sector has expanded and developed my understanding of health care systems and government structures.
Since 2008 I have worked as a video interpreter and supervisor for SignVideo. I’ve had significant experience of co-ordination and the development of interpreting services, recruitment of interpreters, developing service provision policy and providing peer supervision to video interpreters.
I co-authored ASLI’s Video Interpreting Best Practice Standards guidelines and more recently, I co-authored a journal chapter, which is due to be published in the New Year.