"Got ethics? Parameters of ethical decision-making"

  • 25 Jan 2014
  • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM (CST)
  • RCC Riverland Community College East Building Room C123-and C125

Registration

  • Preregistration for non UMTIA members
  • For members and non members on site

UMTIA - January 25th, 2014- Austin, MN


What are the parameters of ethical decision-making, especially when different parties have different expectations of the interpreter’s role? 

This workshop will include:

1- Brief review of codes of ethics for interpreters,

2- Facilitated discussion of several video clips of ethically challenging situations.  Interpreters will discuss how the interpreter in the video tape responded to each situation. 

3- Finally, interpreters will break into three groups to discuss various ethically challenging situations ripped from real life examples in Albert Lea and Rochester, and then present their small group responses to the large group. 

Time permitting, interpreters will create a decision tree for ethical dilemmas in interpreting.

Facilitators:

Nitaya Jandragholica

Veronica Marchan

Tara Gibbs

 

3 hours of Continuing Education Credits, valid for CHI, AHI and CMI

3 points ATA Continuing Education Credit

IMPORTANT NOTE: Certificate for CEU's granted only to those who are present from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm


Members’ online registration: $15.00

Non-members’ online registration: $20.00

On site for members and non-members$25.00


Online registration: Up to January 23

Onsite registration: 8:00 a.m. - 8:45 a.m.

Workshop duration:

9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.


 LOCATION:

 RCC Riverland Community College   

East Building Room C123-and C125

DIRECTIONS  & PARKING:

http://www.riverland.edu/discover/Austin.cfm




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