Posted Friday, November 9, 2012 at 3:37 pm Fast Fact
Did you know…
This month, thirty-three years ago, the first national conference of Canadian interpreters was held in Winnipeg, Manitoba (November 16-18, 1979). The organizers of the conference were Louise Ford (Ontario), Janice Hawkins (Manitoba) and Dottie Inkenbrandt (British Columbia). The need for professional networking and the establishment of standards and training was imminent and supported by the national Deaf community and service providers for Deaf Canadians.
Written Test of Knowledge - Pilot offered December 1, 2012
At the AVLIC 2012 conference, as part of the Special Topic Sessions, feedback and discussions we had regarding the newly revised Written Test of Knowledge (WTK). AVLIC is in the process of reviewing the test results from the June 2012 offerings and would like to gather more statistical data for analysis to ensure the new WTK reflects the current changes and growth in the field of interpreting.
Phase 2B: Interpretation of Interactive Interviews
*Please consider this to be like an actual interpreting assignment. It is requested that you present yourself as you would during an assignment even though this is a video sample which you are doing for feedback purposes only.