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Douglas College, New Westminster, BC.
Saturday, October 21st – Room N2217
Sunday, October 22nd – Room N3408
This workshop will be presented in spoken English. Interpreting services will be provided.
Date and Time:
Saturday, October 21st from 9am – 4pm (one hour lunch break on your own)
Sunday, October 22nd from 9am – 12pm
**please note, WAVLI has scheduled a follow up gathering on Saturday, December 2nd for all interested participants.
Robyn Dean, CI/CT, PhD. has been a nationally certified signed language interpreter for over twenty-five years with particular service in the field of healthcare, will be facilitating the workshop: “Justice Reasoning: How Our Ethical Discourse Counters Our Ethical Claim”
This workshop will look at how sign language interpreters practice ethics and will empower each individual to use tools of reflective practice.
Participants will learn how our field aligns with other service professions in the area of ethical practice, where the interpreting field can improve, and what practical steps each practitioner can take to implement these new approaches in their everyday work.
Registered WAVLI Member – $200.00
Student Interpreter/Deaf Interpreter – $110.00
Deaf Community – $110.00
Non-Member – $225.00
Come out for a weekend of transformative learning with your peers where you will walk away with increased capacity and ethical understanding.