Interpreting Witness Testimony and Depositions; Why is Consecutive Interpreting Considered Best Practice

  • Saturday, May 12, 2018
  • 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
  • 139 North Main St., West Hartford, CT

The “NEXT” Program proudly presents:

"Interpreting Witness Testimony and Depositions; Why is Consecutive Interpreting Considered Best Practice"

When: Saturday, May 12, 2018 9am-4pm

Where: The American School for the Deaf
139 North Main St., West Hartford, CT

In this all day workshop the instructor will provide participants with opportunities to practice interpreting witness testimony and depositions in order to evaluate first hand why these should only be done consecutively. This process will utilize various ways to practice and analyze the efficacy of Simultaneous Interpreting versus Consecutive Interpreting and then discuss how the use of one over another may impact the results.

About the Presenter

Mary Sue Owens has been an interpreter and educator all of her life.  Her love of language and teaching has been evident since she was a little girl playing school with her neighborhood friends.  She formalized her education with degrees in Sociology and Education and her interpreting with the RID CSC and the  NAD V.  Her fascination with the law and its processes motivated her to continue her training and obtain the RID SC:L. Mary Sue has been providing trainings and workshops for over 20 years and believes that it is through her teaching that she continues to learn.  It is her goal to keep learning, and teaching for many more years.

The cost for this workshop is $100.00 for CRID members and $120.00 for non-members. The registration deadline has been extended to May 5, 2018. Please send your registration and check to Colleen Hajdasz at 31 Blueberry Lane Colchester, CT 06415. Please make your check payable to CRID. Any accommodations must be requested by April 28, 2018. For any questions, further information or to discuss a payment plan for this workshop, please contact Colleen Hajdasz at 860-908- 4395 or email at chajdasz@yahoo.com. A lunch break will be on your own from 12-1pm.

Participants will receive .6 PS CEU’s for each session attended. A total of .6 PS CEU’s can be obtained. CRID is an approved RID CMP Sponsor for Continuing Education Activities. This Professional Studies Activity is at the “Little/None” knowledge level. Workshop fees are non-refundable.  If this event is canceled, payment will be returned within 30 days. Hope to see you there!


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