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Developing the interpreter, developing the profession

Jules Dickinson

Developing the interpreter, developing the profession

proceedings of the ASLI conference 2010

by Jules Dickinson

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Published by Douglas McLean Pub. in Coleford .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Translating and interpreting,
  • Interpreters for the deaf

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementedited by Jules Dickinson & Christopher Stone
    ContributionsAssociation of Sign Language Interpreters
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHV2402 .D48 2012
    The Physical Object
    Pagination140 p. :
    Number of Pages140
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25358093M
    ISBN 109780946252855
    LC Control Number2012429484

    The National Consortium of Interpreter Education Centers aims to expand and enhance the effectiveness of the interpreting workforce through education and professional development services and resources offered regionally and nationally.   Professional level interpreters have a multitude of skills that an average bilingual person does not possess or just has not development yet. Being bilingual is just the beginning of what it takes to become a professional interpreter. Types of Interpreting. There are two types of interpreting, consecutive interpretation and simultaneous.

    Healthcare Interpreting. Want to learn more about the healthcare interpreting profession or connect with other professionals? Try these sites: National Council on Interpreting in Health Care. International Medical Interpreters Association. American Translators Association. National Board of Certification for Medical Interpreters. The Healthcare Interpreting Career Lattice maps the phases of development after obtaining a BS/BA degree and certification, to working autonomously as an interpreter in healthcare settings. Interpreters can enter and exit this progression at various points, depending on their background, knowledge, competencies, career goals, and job requirements.

    A broad variety of education and professional development opportunities exist for signed language interpreters in New Mexico. Some are local, and others are offered through national organizations. Interpreter Training Programs Four-Year Baccalaureate Degree Program University of New Mexico Signed Language Interpreting Program. There is quite a bit of talk lately among those of us in the interpreting profession about the professionalization of community interpreting. In Great Britain and Canada, community interpreting, also referred to as “public service interpreting” is an umbrella term encompassing any kind of interpreting for the public sector, and includes judiciary and medical interpreting.


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earlier in the book (e.g. developing confidence as a public speaker) are those which are most necessary to a professional interpreter or which usually take longer for most students to master; those presented later in the book (e.g.

transposing literary allusions) are techniques which are less.Recognition of the need for quality interpreting services in these settings has led to the development of training programs devoted to community interpreting.

Community interpreters are increasingly expected to meet professional requirements such as the adherence to a code of ethics, the ability to perform consecutive, short simultaneous and. The professional interpreter was perceived as a person who should interpret spoken language word-for-word and who should translate written information.

Furthermore, the use of a professional interpreter was not adapted to the context of multilingual elderly healthcare.