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VRID Cancellation and Refund Policy: Please check individual event information for specific cancellations and refund policies.  In general, no refunds will be provided with less than 14 days notice. 


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is firmly committed to providing equal access for all events and materials.  Please call contact us to request accommodation for any VRID event.  We ask that all requests be received no later than ten (10) days prior to the event, however, VRID will try to honor all requests received. 

Upcoming events

    • 07 Sep 2018
    • 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • VSDB 104 VSDB Dr. Staunton, VA 24401
    Register

    VSDB and the VDOE Educational Interpreter Training Grant present...

    Are You A Lone Ranger?

    Presented by 

    TAMMY FORTUNE, MBA, RID CI/CT

    .3 RID PS CEUs


    When: Friday, September 7, 2018

               6:00 PM - 9:00 PM 

    Cost: VRID Members - $30.00

             Non-Members - $40.00

             VRID Students - $25.00

             VDOE Grant participants- Free

    Location: Virginia School for the Deaf and Blind: Chapel 

    104 VSDB Drive, Staunton, VA 24401

    FLYER HERE: VRID 9.7.18 Lone Ranger.pdf

      Workshop Information: 

      During this workshop, participants will examine the importance of their internal struggle with being the “Lone Ranger” in their profession. Participants will learn what role their personality traits play in their “Lone Ranger” mentality. Participants will learn techniques to align themselves with non-interpreter coworkers. Participants will learn techniques that will improve their soft skills and rapport with other peers, interpreters or not. They will also evaluate the techniques that are the most effective and useful for their daily work. Participants will also come up with ideas for ways their local communities can network for a greater village.

      Presenter Biography:

      Tammy Fortune, MBA is a CODA from Lynchburg, Virginia.  She began her interpreting career at age 17, as a post-secondary educational interpreter.  Upon her graduation from Liberty University in 1995 with her degree in Business Management, she was hired as a K-12 interpreter and obtained her VQAS in the same year. Her life has taken her as far as Florida, where she began working in the mental health setting as a staff interpreter at a mental health facility in Central Florida.  She obtained her Florida QAS in 2001 and her RID CI/CT in 2002.  During her time in Florida, she became the Interpreter Coordinator and Human Resources coordinator for the same facility, coordinating facility interpreters as well as national and international conference interpreting teams.  She has presented at RID affiliate chapter conferences and served on a panel for mental health interpreters. In 2007, she graduated from Liberty University with her graduate degree in Business Administration.  Since relocating back to her home state of Virginia, she has worked in various settings, both as a staff and freelance interpreter, specializing in medical, mental health, video relay interpreting, and educational settings (K-12 and post-secondary). In addition, she has discovered a passion for theater interpreting and has interpreted more than 35 plays since 2012. In 2012, she began serving as an adjunct interpreting instructor in the American Sign Language Interpreting program at Liberty University.  She also mentors local interpreters to improve skills and reach career goals. She has served as the VRID District IV Representative and Vice President. Now in her 26th year of professional interpreting, she currently serves as the VRID President.

      Cancellation Policy:  Full refunds will be issued if written notice is provided to VRID by August 24th, two weeks prior to the event. No refunds will be issued within two weeks of the event start date. To request accommodations or any other questions please contact Kathy Campbell (kathy.campbell@vsdb.k12.va.us) or Tammy Fortune (vridpres@gmail.com) for further information.

        


      • 08 Sep 2018
      • 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
      • VSDB 104 VSDB Dr. Staunton, VA 24401
      Register

      VSDB and the VDOE Educational Interpreter Training Grant present...

      Meeting the Need: Meeting the Linguistic Needs of the Clients Whom We Serve


        Presented by 

      TAMMY FORTUNE, MBA, RID CI/CT

      .6 RID PS CEUs


      When: Saturday, September 8, 2018

                 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM 

      Cost: VRID Members - $50.00

               Non-Members - $60.00

               VRID Students - $25.00

               VDOE Grant participants- Free

      Location: Virginia School for the Deaf and Blind: Chapel Hall 

      104 VSDB Drive, Staunton, VA 24401

      FLYER HERE: VRID 9.8.18 Meeting the Need.pdf

        Workshop Information: 

        During this workshop, participants will examine the importance of matching their interpreting to the needs of the client in the assignment, regardless of setting. Participants will learn what effective expansion and truncating looks like. Participants will learn techniques that will improve their interpreting, some of which may be deemed unconventional. They will also evaluate the techniques that are the most effective in a variety of environments. Participants will also practice the discussed techniques and how to apply them in their daily work.

        Presenter Biography:

        Tammy Fortune, MBA is a CODA from Lynchburg, Virginia.  She began her interpreting career at age 17, as a post-secondary educational interpreter.  Upon her graduation from Liberty University in 1995 with her degree in Business Management, she was hired as a K-12 interpreter and obtained her VQAS in the same year. Her life has taken her as far as Florida, where she began working in the mental health setting as a staff interpreter at a mental health facility in Central Florida.  She obtained her Florida QAS in 2001 and her RID CI/CT in 2002.  During her time in Florida, she became the Interpreter Coordinator and Human Resources coordinator for the same facility, coordinating facility interpreters as well as national and international conference interpreting teams.  She has presented at RID affiliate chapter conferences and served on a panel for mental health interpreters. In 2007, she graduated from Liberty University with her graduate degree in Business Administration.  Since relocating back to her home state of Virginia, she has worked in various settings, both as a staff and freelance interpreter, specializing in medical, mental health, video relay interpreting, and educational settings (K-12 and post-secondary). In addition, she has discovered a passion for theater interpreting and has interpreted more than 35 plays since 2012. In 2012, she began serving as an adjunct interpreting instructor in the American Sign Language Interpreting program at Liberty University.  She also mentors local interpreters to improve skills and reach career goals. She has served as the VRID District IV Representative and Vice President. Now in her 26th year of professional interpreting, she currently serves as the VRID President.

        Cancellation Policy:  Full refunds will be issued if written notice is provided to VRID by August 25th, two weeks prior to the event. No refunds will be issued within two weeks of the event start date. To request accommodations or any other questions please contact Kathy Campbell (kathy.campbell@vsdb.k12.va.us) or Tammy Fortune (vridpres@gmail.com) for further information.

          


        • 14 Sep 2018
        • 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
        • 1 South Park Circle Charleston, SC 29407


        Medical Interpreting: Women’s Health & Wellness

        PRESENTED BY TRIX BRUCE


        Date/Time:

        Fri. Sep 14, 2018 5:00pm - 9:00pm

        Location:

        1 South Park Circle, Suite 3001 South Park Circle
        Charleston, SC 29407


        This workshop covers medical interpreting with a specialized focus on topics related to females. This workshop offers a myriad of ways to make interpreting more visual. We will demonstrate how classifiers may be used most effectively to communicate specific information in medical interpreting situations. Broaden your understanding of visual interpreting techniques regarding anatomical and medical interpreting. Learn more about Deaf Culture. Visual clips, visual aids, analysis, current medical terminology, and outlines will be available. This workshop will focus on interpreting descriptions of surgery procedures, medical tools, birth, safe sex, and causes of injury, illness and conditions.


        Registration$55.00 Registration Deadline: 9/7/2018

        Target Audience: This workshop is designed for students, interpreters, and the general public.

        For information about registration, refunds, cancellations, or to request accommodations, please go to Interpreter Training Center Registration link. After registering, you will receive an email confirmation; if you do not receive a confirmation, your registration did not go through.


        About the Presenter:

        Patricia (Trix) Bruce, from Seattle, Washington, is known nationwide as both a workshop presenter and an American Sign Language performer. Trix's work has been warmly received everywhere, from local community centers, to state, regional and national conferences, Deaf Way II, interpreter conventions and more. Wildly popular as a teacher of ASL storytelling and ASL interpretation, Trix impresses audiences at all levels of ASL skill, from novices to fluent experts. Trix has been profoundly deaf since she was 6 months old. She went through oral, mainstreaming, deaf classes, and online educational programs.  

        Trix has been involved in the performing arts since 1980. After completing her college program, she became involved with interpreter training. Trix's main area of study has been ASL Linguistics with a focus on ASL Performance. She has developed a popular website: www.trixbruce.com. Whether writing, creating, improvising or starring in her many productions, Trix's passion for the dramatic arts shines through.

        Contact: Antwan Walters interpretertraining@musc.edu


        • 15 Sep 2018
        • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
        • 1 South Park Circle Charleston, SC 29407


        Medical Interpreting: How can I Interpret that?

        PRESENTED BY TRIX BRUCE


        Date/Time:

        Sat. Sep 15, 2018 8:00am - 5:00pm

        Location:

        1 South Park Circle, Suite 3001 South Park Circle
        Charleston, SC 29407


        This workshop covers medical interpreting with a specialized focus on topics related to females. This workshop offers a myriad of ways to make interpreting more visual. We will demonstrate how classifiers may be used most effectively to communicate specific information in medical interpreting situations. Broaden your understanding of visual interpreting techniques regarding anatomical and medical interpreting. Learn more about Deaf Culture. Visual clips, visual aids, analysis, current medical terminology, and outlines will be available. This workshop will focus on interpreting descriptions of surgery procedures, medical tools, birth, safe sex, and causes of injury, illness and conditions.


        Registration: $110.00 Save $35 when you register for Medical Interpreting: Women’s Health & Wellness and Medical Interpreting: How can I interpret that? Offer ends August 24, 2018. Registration Deadline: 9/7/2018

        Target Audience: This workshop is designed for students, interpreters, and the general public.

        For information about registration, refunds, cancellations, or to request accommodations, please go to Interpreter Training Center Registration link. After registering, you will receive an email confirmation; if you do not receive a confirmation, your registration did not go through.


        About the Presenter:

        Patricia (Trix) Bruce, from Seattle, Washington, is known nationwide as both a workshop presenter and an American Sign Language performer. Trix's work has been warmly received everywhere, from local community centers, to state, regional and national conferences, Deaf Way II, interpreter conventions and more. Wildly popular as a teacher of ASL storytelling and ASL interpretation, Trix impresses audiences at all levels of ASL skill, from novices to fluent experts. Trix has been profoundly deaf since she was 6 months old. She went through oral, mainstreaming, deaf classes, and online educational programs.  

        Trix has been involved in the performing arts since 1980. After completing her college program, she became involved with interpreter training. Trix's main area of study has been ASL Linguistics with a focus on ASL Performance. She has developed a popular website: www.trixbruce.com. Whether writing, creating, improvising or starring in her many productions, Trix's passion for the dramatic arts shines through.

        Contact: Antwan Walters interpretertraining@musc.edu


        • 29 Sep 2018
        • 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
        • 1 South Park Circle Charleston, SC 29407


        Learning the Language of Medicine: Introduction to Medicine for Interpreters PART ONE

        PRESENTED BY DR. ORLANDO GONZÁLEZ 

        VIEW FLYER HERE: Intro to Medicine - Part 1.pdf

        Date/Time:

        Sat. Sep 29, 2018 9:00am - 5:00pm

        Location:

        1 South Park Circle, Suite 3001 South Park Circle
        Charleston, SC 29407


        The ability to interpret accurately and completely is, to a large extent, dependent on how much background knowledge the interpreter has of the content and the context of the communication. In the field of health care interpreting, the areas of knowledge that are most salient include the medical context (e.g., the basic parts and functioning of the body and common disease syndromes and their respective treatments) and the socio-cultural context of the patient populations for whom the interpreter interprets. The more background knowledge the interpreter has, the more likely it is that the meaning of the messages will be fully understood and therefore, the more likely it is that the conversion will be faithful to the original message.


        This three-part series will provide participants with understanding of basic human anatomy and physiology as they study human body parts, systems, diseases and treatment of disorders, using both formal and colloquial terminology. Participants will also be introduced to the field of pathology and treatment of common illness, including diabetes, cardiovascular problems, cancer, and sexually transmitted diseases.


        Registration: Registration: $100.00 (Registration Deadline: 9/21/2018) Save $25 when you register for 2 of the 3 sessions. Save $50 when you register for all 3 sessions.

        Target Audience: THIS LANGUAGE-NEUTRAL COURSE, TAUGHT IN ENGLISH, IS OPEN TO SPEAKERS OF ALL LANGUAGES.

        For information about registration, refunds, cancellations, or to request accommodations, please go to Interpreter Training Center Registration link. After registering, you will receive an email confirmation; if you do not receive a confirmation, your registration did not go through.


        About the Presenter:

        Dr. Orlando González, EdD, MBA, MS, EMT-P, CHI™ is a nationally certified medical interpreter. He has received degrees in theology, social studies, science and health as well as a Master’s in Business Administration and a Doctorate in Education. Dr. González served as a paramedic and nursing instructor, and has worked as a national trainer and interpreter. For over 25 years, he has served as a medical missionary volunteer in impoverished regions of Latin America. He also developed a curriculum to train medical interpreters, which is approved by both The Certification Commission for Healthcare Interpreters and The National Board of Certification for Medical Interpreters. Dr. González is a dynamic speaker who uses humor and pathos to bring home his lessons as he strives to instruct students by aiming at the whole person: mind, body, and spirit.

        Contact: Antwan Walters interpretertraining@musc.edu


        • 03 Nov 2018
        • 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
        • 1 South Park Circle Charleston, SC 29407


        Learning the Language of Medicine: Introduction to Medicine for Interpreters PART TWO

        PRESENTED BY DR. ORLANDO GONZÁLEZ 

        VIEW FLYER HERE: Intro to Medicine - Part 2.pdf

        Date/Time:

        Sat. Nov 3, 2018 9:00am - 5:00pm

        Location:

        1 South Park Circle, Suite 3001 South Park Circle
        Charleston, SC 29407


        The ability to interpret accurately and completely is, to a large extent, dependent on how much background knowledge the interpreter has of the content and the context of the communication. In the field of health care interpreting, the areas of knowledge that are most salient include the medical context (e.g., the basic parts and functioning of the body and common disease syndromes and their respective treatments) and the socio-cultural context of the patient populations for whom the interpreter interprets. The more background knowledge the interpreter has, the more likely it is that the meaning of the messages will be fully understood and therefore, the more likely it is that the conversion will be faithful to the original message.


        This three-part series will provide participants with understanding of basic human anatomy and physiology as they study human body parts, systems, diseases and treatment of disorders, using both formal and colloquial terminology. Participants will also be introduced to the field of pathology and treatment of common illness, including diabetes, cardiovascular problems, cancer, and sexually transmitted diseases.


        Registration: Registration: $100.00 (Registration Deadline: 10/26/2018) Save $25 when you register for 2 of the 3 sessions. Save $50 when you register for all 3 sessions.

        Target Audience: THIS LANGUAGE-NEUTRAL COURSE, TAUGHT IN ENGLISH, IS OPEN TO SPEAKERS OF ALL LANGUAGES.

        For information about registration, refunds, cancellations, or to request accommodations, please go to Interpreter Training Center Registration link. After registering, you will receive an email confirmation; if you do not receive a confirmation, your registration did not go through.


        About the Presenter:

        Dr. Orlando González, EdD, MBA, MS, EMT-P, CHI™ is a nationally certified medical interpreter. He has received degrees in theology, social studies, science and health as well as a Master’s in Business Administration and a Doctorate in Education. Dr. González served as a paramedic and nursing instructor, and has worked as a national trainer and interpreter. For over 25 years, he has served as a medical missionary volunteer in impoverished regions of Latin America. He also developed a curriculum to train medical interpreters, which is approved by both The Certification Commission for Healthcare Interpreters and The National Board of Certification for Medical Interpreters. Dr. González is a dynamic speaker who uses humor and pathos to bring home his lessons as he strives to instruct students by aiming at the whole person: mind, body, and spirit.

        Contact: Antwan Walters interpretertraining@musc.edu


        • 17 Nov 2018
        • 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
        • 1 South Park Circle Charleston, SC 29407


        INTERPRETING IN PALLIATIVE CARE

        PRESENTED BY CINDY ROAT

        VIEW FLYER HERE: Palliative_flyer.pdf

        Date/Time:

        Sat. Nov 17, 2018 9:00am - 5:00pm

        Cost:  $85 - EARLY BIRD | DISCOUNT ENDS OCTOBER 19, 2018

                   $105 - REGULAR | AFTER OCTOBER 19, 2018

        Location:

        1 South Park Circle, Suite 3001 South Park Circle
        Charleston, SC 29407


        Summary: Palliative care seeks to optimize quality of life and relieve physical and emotional suffering through pain management, comfort care, and spiritual support. A 2010 survey of patients receiving palliative care in California found that 40% spoke limited English. Since palliative care depends on regular, clear communication between patients, providers, and families, interpreters are key members of any palliative care team. For interpreters, conversations involving palliative care, especially those at the end of life, can be among the most difficult to convey — not only linguistically and culturally, but personally. This interactive seven-hour workshop is designed to prepare experienced medical interpreters to work in palliative care settings. This multimedia, interactive training includes videos, PowerPoint presentations, and practice of interpreting and sight translation.

        Workshop Presenter: Cindy Roat is a national consultant and trainer with 25 years’ experience in the healthcare interpreting field. With an MPH in International Health Services, Cindy has made significant contributions to the healthcare interpreting field in the areas of training, program development, policy formulation, advocacy and organizational outreach. Her written works are key resources for interpreters, providers and administrators alike. Cindy was the principal author of the original Bridging the Gap, and her most recent book, Healthcare Interpreting in Small Bites, is being used as an ancillary text at many basic training programs. Ms. Roat is a founder and former Co-chair of the National Council on Interpreting in Health Care (NCIHC), a founding member of WASCLA, current chair of the Community Interpreters Division of NOTIS, as well as being known nationally as an energetic advocate for the field of health care interpreting and for language access in general. 

        Contact: Antwan Walters interpretertraining@musc.edu


        • 01 Dec 2018
        • 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
        • 1 South Park Circle Charleston, SC 29407


        Learning the Language of Medicine: Introduction to Medicine for Interpreters PART THREE

        PRESENTED BY DR. ORLANDO GONZÁLEZ 


        Date/Time:

        Sat. Dec 1, 2018 9:00am - 5:00pm

        Location:

        1 South Park Circle, Suite 3001 South Park Circle
        Charleston, SC 29407


        The ability to interpret accurately and completely is, to a large extent, dependent on how much background knowledge the interpreter has of the content and the context of the communication. In the field of health care interpreting, the areas of knowledge that are most salient include the medical context (e.g., the basic parts and functioning of the body and common disease syndromes and their respective treatments) and the socio-cultural context of the patient populations for whom the interpreter interprets. The more background knowledge the interpreter has, the more likely it is that the meaning of the messages will be fully understood and therefore, the more likely it is that the conversion will be faithful to the original message.


        This three-part series will provide participants with understanding of basic human anatomy and physiology as they study human body parts, systems, diseases and treatment of disorders, using both formal and colloquial terminology. Participants will also be introduced to the field of pathology and treatment of common illness, including diabetes, cardiovascular problems, cancer, and sexually transmitted diseases.


        Registration: Registration: $100.00 (Registration Deadline: 11/23/2018) Save $25 when you register for 2 of the 3 sessions. Save $50 when you register for all 3 sessions.

        Target Audience: THIS LANGUAGE-NEUTRAL COURSE, TAUGHT IN ENGLISH, IS OPEN TO SPEAKERS OF ALL LANGUAGES.

        For information about registration, refunds, cancellations, or to request accommodations, please go to Interpreter Training Center Registration link. After registering, you will receive an email confirmation; if you do not receive a confirmation, your registration did not go through.


        About the Presenter:

        Dr. Orlando González, EdD, MBA, MS, EMT-P, CHI™ is a nationally certified medical interpreter. He has received degrees in theology, social studies, science and health as well as a Master’s in Business Administration and a Doctorate in Education. Dr. González served as a paramedic and nursing instructor, and has worked as a national trainer and interpreter. For over 25 years, he has served as a medical missionary volunteer in impoverished regions of Latin America. He also developed a curriculum to train medical interpreters, which is approved by both The Certification Commission for Healthcare Interpreters and The National Board of Certification for Medical Interpreters. Dr. González is a dynamic speaker who uses humor and pathos to bring home his lessons as he strives to instruct students by aiming at the whole person: mind, body, and spirit.

        Contact: Antwan Walters interpretertraining@musc.edu


        • 08 Dec 2018
        • 8:30 AM - 5:30 PM
        • 1 South Park Circle Charleston, SC 29407


        Medical Terminology for Healthcare Interpreters

        VIEW FLYER HERE: Med-Term_flyer.pdf

        Date: Saturday, December 8th, 2018

        Time: 8:30am to 5:30pm


        Is understanding the language and terminology used by healthcare professionals making you feel like a deer in headlights? You are not alone! Learning how to navigate medical terminology is like learning a whole other language. We can help!

        This workshop will help interpreters understand the foundations of medical terminology, their structure and meaning. You will learn why diseases, conditions, and anatomical terms have the names they do and how they interrelate. In addition, you will learn how to use this knowledge to help you navigate complicated medical language before, during, and after your interpreting encounter. Although no one can learn medical terminology in a day, the program provides valuable continuing education for anyone who interprets in hospitals, health departments, clinics, and other healthcare settings.

        This workshop is facilitated in English and is especially geared toward translators, interpreters and non-native English healthcare workers. It is language neutral; however, glossary references are available in Spanish.


        Registration: $125.00 Registration Deadline: 11/30/2018

        Location:

        MUSC Community Training Center
        1 South Park Circle
        Suite 300
        Charleston, SC 29407

        Who Should Attend?

        • Interpreters preparing for medical interpreter certification (NBCMI or CCHI)
        • Experienced Medical Interpreters looking for a refresher
        • ASL interpreters wanting to specialize in healthcare
        • Any healthcare professional who wants to have a greater understanding of medical terminology.

        CE Credits? This program includes a certificate and is approved by the the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf for 0.8 RID CEUs, by the American Translators Association for 8 ATA CEPs, and by the International Medical Interpreters Association (IMIA) for 0.8 IMIA CEUs.

        Medical University of South Carolina is an Approved RID CMP Sponsor for continuing education activities. This Professional Studies program is offered for 0.8 CEUs at the Little/None Content Knowledge Level.

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