A Guide to Islamic BSL For details of how to book please see the course flyer Course aim • For interpreters, CSWs and other language professionals working with and for Muslims within Islamic settings to fully understand the principles, culture and BSL vocabulary of Islam. The course is four hours long, with a half hour break in the middle and some ad hoc five-minute breaks. It will include a short Q&A session at the end. Course objectives At the end…Find out more »
*DATE MOVED TO NOVEMBER 17* Webinar: So, you wanna be a practisearcher? An introduction to research design & ethics in interpreting research
If you already booked for October 27th, do not book again! Presenter: Jemina Napier So, you wanna be a practisearcher? An introduction to research design & ethics in interpreting research Recently we have seen more interpreter practitioners conducting research as independent researchers, becoming what Daniel Gile (1994) would refer to as 'practisearchers', and publishing articles in Newsli and elsewhere. Interpreter practisearchers have a lot to contribute to our field as they can bring their experience and practice to bear on…Find out more »
Webinar: Dr Dai O’Brien: Time for Prep – building and maintaining relationships with deaf professionals.
Info coming soon In this webinar Dr Dai O’Brien will outline some of the findings of his recent research project, combining theoretical insights with practical steps that can be taken by interpreters who work with, or want to work with, deaf professionals. Dai will talk about different ways to conceptualise time, the time commitment it takes to provide prep, and some of the strategies that deaf professionals use to maximise the payoff they get for the time invested in arranging…Find out more »