Come learn about the 5 basic categories of taste! Chez Genese is an French inspired restaurant opening later this year in the Greensboro area!
All supplies (food and equipment) and flavor charts will be provided! At this class you will learn basic ways to prepare food and how to make unique sauces and dry spice blends!
The Flavor Profiles Workshop class will be ASL Interpreted! Class is $25.00 payable at workshop check in! Perfect for a date night!
Calling all Interpreters!
Do you currently work in legal settings, or are you interested in pursuing this kind of work?
This two-day workshop will provide a rare opportunity to learn some of the skills required in a unique mock-trial setting, presented by a seasoned, nationally known icon in the interpreting community.
Check out the flyer to learn more, and be sure to send in your registration!
A Journey Though Time and Space: Incorporating Use of Space for Interpreters in educational Settings Part I & II
Presenters: Sam Parker, Sarah Wheeler and Glenda Torres
To be Presented in ASL & English
Participants will experience three different breakout sessions that focus on how use of space is utilized when interpreting/transliterating from English to ASL
Participants will have an opportunity to learn about the touch communication system that is beneficial to people who are Deaf-Blind and practice how to draw perfect pictures discretely with touch. Participants will learn the latest updates on the use of touch communication systems happening. Participants will realize how powerful touch can be when working with consumers who have vision and hearing loss. The touch communication system includes, but is not limited to, the use of Tactile Sign Language, Touch Cues, and Touch Signals. The workshop will also include Cultural perspectives and other systems which have been researched and successfully used in other countries. Participation is encouraged in this workshop through hands-on practice.
Our WINKshop in April was such a success, we're bringing him back for an even BIGGER event!
Knock out some CEUs early in the licensure year! A total of 0.8 CEUs available!
In October, CSDHH will be hosting a WINKend full of information and entertainment. Friday night we will have a workshop focused on the ADA and advocacy (free for members of the Community, CEUs approved for a small fee), Saturday we'll have an all-day interpreting workshop (similar to last time but on a different topic), and Saturday night will be an entertaining one-man show! See link below for full descriptions.
Open to ITP students, Deaf Community members, and working interpreters! Sign up for one workshop, or save money with a combo ticket!
Click here for more information, and register before it sells out!
Winkshop - Making the English Tangible in ASL
Presented in partnership with:
Communication Services for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, Inc.
Midstate Committee of NCRID
University of North Carolina at Greensboro: Interpreter Preparation Program
Open to the community and all working interpreters, regardless of certification.
Have you ever received feedback that you should "show" more, and "tell" less? This is excellent advice, but a bit hard to follow without further explanation. Picture a train...What do you see? Now ask a friend to picture a train and have them explain or draw what they first saw. Is it the same image you had? Most likely not. Everyone, regardless of culture and language, pictures things diferently in their heads. These variations in mental "seeing," or construal, help account for the wide rande of communication and language use we encounter every day.
This workshop applies visual-spatial techniques in order to better produce visual language. ASL has more than simple lexical signs and fingerspelling, which make up the “tell” options. Some of the “show” options come in the form of depiction. Depiction is a topic that has made quite a stir among researchers in ASL linguistics. It includes depicting verbs, surrogation, partitioning, blending, affect, mouth morphemes, other non-manual signals, and networking. Using these aspects of ASL, interpreters can create clear and powerful ASL messages that create a bridge between consumers.
When we see how Deaf people developed ASL, and how it has evolved into the complex language it is today, we see much of that was due to their subjective knowledge and experiences. This workshop encourages participants to think about the objects and required actions in a sentence in order to formulate an ASL concept based on their experiential views of the world, and do so without imposing their own biases. This framework takes English and makes it tangible in ASL. *Presented in ASL*
Click here to register!
This workshop will carry .6 CEUs Professional Studies (PS) and are sponsored by NCRID. NCRID is an Approved RID CMP Sponsor for Continuing Education Activities.
No partial CEU credit will be given for this workshop.
Participants should bring their RID member number in order to receive CEU credit.
**Workshop will be presented in ASL. For additional accomodations, please contact Kelle Owensemail@example.com no later than 5 p.m. on April 14, 2016**
All proceeds, after expenses, will go to Communication Services for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing.
Registration will open at 8:30 a.m. Workshop will begin promptly at 9:00 a.m. Lunch will be on your own from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. There are many restaurant options in the Student Center on Campus (approx. 2 blocks from School of Ed. Building). Workshop will resume from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
Parking is available in the Oakland Avenue Parking Deck (parking fee included in registration price). The School of Education Building is a short walk from the deck. Please click here to visit the parking website at UNCG to read more.
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Please contact Kelle Owens at 336-275-8878 ext. 7 or email at Kelle@csdhh.org with any questions or concerns.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
It is not required but it attendees may want to have it in case.
What is the refund policy?
Registration is on a first come, first served basis. We must have your money in hand in order to reserve your space. *Refund policy: Requests for refunds must be made in writing to Kelle Owens at Kelle@csdhh.org. Full refunds will be issued for requests made 10 days prior to the event. No partial refunds will be issued.
*Please RSVP by March 25, 2016 - Call front desk at 336-784-2700*
Do you want to learn how to advocate for yourself?
Do you want to improve your self-esteem?
Do you know and understand the interpreter's role?
Do you want to learn how to utilize resource-seeking skills?
Then come to this workshop presented by Ruben Leon, MSW, Deaf Services Specialist - Division of Services for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing!
For more info contact Ruben Leon at 336-790-6632 (VP) or email Ruben.Leon@dhhs.nc.gov