Working towards ‘I’m good enough’: building your shame resilience, Edinburgh
October 3 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm£90 – £120
Working towards ‘I’m good enough’
(building your shame resilience)
3rd October 2020, 10 am to 4 pm, Edinburgh Quaker Meeting House, 7 Victoria House, above, Victoria Street, Edinburgh EH1 2JL
Have you ever felt that you are not good enough as an interpreter? Have you heard a colleague express doubts about their skills and ability? Want to understand more about where this belief originates from, and the impact it can have on your self-belief, confidence and professional practice?
Please email Julie at [email protected] for further information. We could not post the full details here.
Jules is an experienced community interpreter. Her PhD examined the ways in which the interpreter impacts upon workplace interaction, focussing on humour and small talk in meetings. Jules continues to support the development of the interpreting profession as a trainer, research-practitioner, and consultant. She qualified as a Professional Supervisor in 2016, and is passionate about supporting interpreters to be healthy and resilient practitioners.
Cost for the day’s workshop – ASLI members, £90.00, and non-members £120.00. Numbers restricted to 14, maximum. Tea, coffee and biscuits provided, please bring or buy lunch nearby.
CPD points: 5 structured.