Demand Control Schema (DC-S) - What
Is It? (including NAATI presentation on revalidation and news on the INT
This workshop has been cancelled due
to insufficient registrations
Saturday, 29th April 2017
9:00am - 4:00pm
Canberra Institute of Technology
Room C03 - Bruce Campus
Vowels Crescent, Bruce, ACT
9:00am - 10:00am
NAATI presentation on revalidation and news on the INT Project
NAATI guest presenter
10:30am - 4:00pm
Demand Control Schema (DC-S) - What Is It?
Presented by Julie Judd
This interactive workshop will outline the theoretical components of DC-S and the application of the Schema to challenges experienced by participants in their daily practice.
This workshop will provide interpreters with the opportunity to discuss
and explore ethics, professional conduct and approaches to decision-making
in relation to their practice.
Lunch, morning and afternoon tea is included.
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
About Julie Judd
Julie is a practising Auslan/English Conference level (English to Auslan) interpreter, with over 30 years experience in the field. She holds a Bachelor of Education (LOTE - Auslan) from LaTrobe University and an MA in Auslan/English Interpreting from Macquarie University. Julie was formerly the co-ordinator of the VDEI/ASLIA Vic mentoring program for staff who interpret in classrooms within Victoria. Julie has delivered several workshops and training opportunities to interpreters including Reflective Practice opportunities by applying the Demand Control Schema framework. She has also undertaken training in diagnostic performance analysis of practitioners at Northern Colorado University. Currently the interim Chairperson of ASLIA and President of ASLIA Victoria, Julie is committed to enhancing the quality of interpreting provision throughout the country.
Participants will receive the following points towards NAATI revalidation:
§3.1 Translating and Interpreting Skills Development, 40 points
Register for this event
Venue provided by:
A Deaf Society and ASLIA NSW partnered event