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Please plan to arrive early or on time to all educational activities. Interpreters of the Deaf, LLC will not award partial CEU Credits for
events. No CEU will be given for those arriving more than 15 minutes late or leaving more than 15 minutes early. No refunds will be
given for “late arrivals” or “no shows.”
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made with a credit card will be subject to a $5 transaction fee. Please submit your request to Nicole Morris at email@example.com or
fax it to 937-558-5392.
INCLEMENT WEATHER POLICY
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event. (Much earlier if there is a true weather emergency.)
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call/text to each registrant to notify them of the decision to postpone or cancel the event.
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LLC has not opted to postpone or cancel due to weather issues, we will give registrants a credit to attend a future event. Please leave
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|This event is intended to be supportive, nonthreatening, and a safe environment of mutual respect and free from bias. All participants
will maintain high ethical standards of professional conduct and be sensitive to participants’ individual differences with regard to age,
gender,socioeconomic, ethnic and cultural backgrounds, disability, and sexual orientation.
|Interpreters of the Deaf, LLC presents:
What Do Those
Interpreters Actually Do?
|Fearful of court interpreting? Fear no more! Ben Hall, CSC NIC SC:L, will introduce participants to the field of court interpreting. Interpreters will
learn about the judicial systems and examine the role, function, ethics, safeguards, and challenges of interpreting in the courtroom. This seminar is
intended for the interpreter with no or very little experience working in legal settings. There is a place in the courtroom where interpreters can
venture to begin developing their courtroom competencies. This workshop points a way to start.
Examine and compare the roles of interpreters,
Identify and discuss interpreter interaction methods with litigants, attorneys, court personnel and judges,
Gain an awareness and comfort level of the courtroom setting / professional demeanor,
Develop an understanding of pro-fessional expectations and linguistic challenges for the interpreter working in the court,
Identify possible options where interpreters new to legal interpreting but with good interpreting skills can consider as
possible points of entry.
|October 13, 2018
9:00 AM—5:00 PM
University of Dayton
Joseph Keller Hall
Courtroom, room 102
300 College Park
Dayton, OH 45469
*1 hour lunch on your own
** Absolutely NO FOOD or DRINKS are
permitted in the courtroom
|Ben has been in the field of professional interpreting for nearly 40 years. He has worked as a freelance interpreter, staff interpreter, interpreter educator,
conference coordinator, presenter, mentor, and leader within the profession. He coordinated interpreter services for the State of Ohio, Rehabilitation
Services Commission (now called OOD) for 16 years. He is the former National Director for Interpreter Re-sources for CSDVRS (the original nationwide
VRS provider). Ben served 13 years on the Board of Di-rectors for the national Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf, including four years as Vice
President and four years as President. He is a former member of the national RID/NAD National Council on Interpreting (NCI), Commission on Collegiate
Interpreter Educators (CCIE) Executive Committee and the Supreme Court of Interpreter Advisory Committee. He is designated a Master Legal Trainer
for the National Consortium of Interpreter Education Centers (NCIEC). He was a trainer for the University of Northern Colorado’s Legal Interpreting
Induction Program covering two regions of the country. Ben is currently a Partner with Hallenross & Associates, LLC.
|Interpreters of the Deaf, LLC is an approved sponsor for RID continuing education units. This activity is offered for 0.70 professional studies CEUs and
assumes little/none knowledge of the topic.
Participants must complete all required activities to earn CEUs. No partial CEUs will be awarded