Cruise Interpreting Ethics
WHAT: Cruise Interpreting Ethics
WHEN: Sunday, April 5, 2020 from 6pm to 9pm EST
WHO: For anyone, including interpreters and especially those who are interested in cruise interpreters’ work and ethics; prior knowledge of topic: little/none
WHERE: Online Zoom (link will be emailed once payment is completed)
CEUSs: .3 in Professional Studies
Have you wondered what cruise interpreting work and ethics look like? Have you wondered if interpreting agencies are using best practice for standards that protect you and the passenger during the cruise? And lastly, are you interested in what are the physical demands of cruise interpreting and the expectations of the interpreter’s conduct during cruise port to port? This is an in-depth workshop about research on Cruise Interpreting standards from the last few years to promote awareness in how NAD-RID CPC guides the ethical decision-making involving cruise work.
A. Participants will use strategic knowledge by:
1) Analyzing English text questions and creating equivalent ASL question phrases via sight-translation.
2) Analyzing ASL question phrases and create reiterative ASL answers in response.
B. Participants will evaluate and analyze:
1) how others may have different interpretations and discuss the similarities of the message within the interpretations as needed.
2) find coherence in how space is used to organize academic content.
Regan Thibodeau, CDI, Ph.D. has taught various interpreting workshops and trainings since 2002. She began teaching interpreting courses at the University of Southern Maine in 2014 to both Deaf and Hearing interpreters. Currently, Regan resides in Maine with her family of 7, 3 of which are chihuahua pups!
This workshop is in conformance with local, state, provincial, and federal statutes regarding disabilities. Activities and facilities shall be accessible to all individuals.
For accommodations and inquiries, e-mail us at: truebizasl (at) gmail.com
NO refunds will be given unless the presenter and/or TRUE-BIZ ASL cancels the workshop.