Tag: workshops

  • Flier and Registration form for October workshops in Yuma

    Here are the fliers & registration form for the Vague Language & Genre Recognition workshops I’m presenting in Yuma the first weekend of October (Oct 1st & 2nd). Both workshops will be held at the Southwest Regional Co-op, 1047 S 4th Ave Yuma AZ 85364, from 8a–3p with a one–hour lunch break. I hope to […]

  • July Interpreting Workshops Schedule & Registration Form

    Here’s the complete schedule & registration form for the four workshops I’m presenting in July in Phoenix, Arizona. As you will see, several other presenters are offering multiple workshops as well, and it promises to be a great month for learning. I hope to see you there! If you didn’t notice it before ( 🙂 […]

  • Vague Language workshop at Western Oregon University August 12

    I will be presenting my Vague Language (VL) workshop at a silent weekend at Western Oregon University on Friday, August 12, from 2:30 to 5:30 pm. This event is sponsored by the Western Region Interpreter Education Center (WRIEC) and happens to follow the first two–week colloquium of the first cohort of the Masters in Interpreting […]

  • Can’t get enough workshops, Yuma? I’m coming in October!

    Can’t get enough workshops, Yuma? I’m coming in October!

    My esteemed colleague Kirsten Nelson is presenting workshops in Yuma, Arizona this weekend, and I will be presenting workshops there first weekend of October. I’m sure Kirsten’s workshops are knocking their socks off, and I hope mine will blow their minds. By the time we’re done with them they’ll be barefoot and openminded! 😉 Here’s […]

  • “The ADA and Interpreters” workshop review

    On April 2, SCRID sponsored a workshop entitled “The ADA and Interpreters” on the Palomar College campus in San Marcos. The four-hour workshop, presented by Darlene West, gave participants an overview of the Americans with Disabilities Act as it is written, interpreted and enforced. Darlene’s bold and animated style brought to life the five titles […]