Online Foundations II

Foundations II Online

Join us as we move online!

This seminar is for spoken English/ASL interpreters (hearing, Coda) who have taken Foundations I.

The structure of the program is as follows:

Two groups each with no more than 15 participants who have taken Foundations I in the last few years.
 
Each group will meet once a week over the course of five weeks for 2 or 3 hours every week.
 
Each session is activity driven and participant directed, working together in both small and large groups.
 
Attendance at all five meetings is required and will earn 1.3 CEUs in Professional Studies.

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Overview of the Online Foundations II

Registration for the Monday sessions

Registration for the Saturday sessions

With the pandemic lingering and social distancing the new norm, online we go!

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About Foundations II Online

This online offering of the Foundations of Interpreting II seminar will meet using Zoom. There will be two separate tracks, with one group meeting Monday nights for 5 weeks, and the other group meeting Saturday mornings for 5 weeks. Click on either of the options above for more specific details including meeting dates and times. 

This seminar has limits on session capacity. The minimum for each online session is 9 participants and the maximum is 15.

CEUs (through PCRID)

RID CMP Continuing Education Units pending. This Professional Studies program is offered at 1.3 PS CEUs/ACETs at all levels (Little/No, Some, Advanced, Teaching) Content Level.

PCRID is an approved RID CMP sponsor for Continuing Education Activities.  

  • Presenters, coordinators, and participants of this educational opportunity agree to promote an environment of mutual respect, free from bias and discrimination.
  • Please contact the coordinator to request reasonable accommodations, or with any questions about this series.

Cancellation/Refund Policy

  • After registration, refunds are not available for this training. If you become unavailable after you have registered, please let us know so we can make the spot available to other people. If the Bilingual Mediation Center has to cancel this training, it will be rescheduled.

Registration Deadline

  • Registration for this seminar will remain open until capacity is reached.

 

 

Betty M. Colonomos Bio

Betty Colonomos head shotBetty M. Colonomos, currently serving as Director of the Bilingual Mediation Center, is a fluent ASL/English bilingual. Her academic background is in Deaf Education/Speech Pathology (B.S.), Counseling (M.A.), Linguistics (Doctoral program). Betty holds the Masters Comprehensive Skills Certificate (MCSC) from RID. She was the second recipient of the Mary Stotler Award for excellence in Interpreter Education from CIT. Betty has chaired and served on many national committees on standards and evaluation of interpreters and served as President of the Conference of Interpreter Trainers (CIT). Ms. Colonomos has authored and appeared in video materials on interpreting and she co-authored (with MJ Bienvenu) videos on Deaf Culture, ASL Facial Grammar, and ASL Numbers. She worked as an International Sign interpreter for numerous conferences worldwide. Betty also consults with schools and the legal system as an expert on linguistic and cultural issues impacting the Deaf Community. Betty is the developer of the Integrated Model of Interpreting (IMI), which is the most widely used model in the U.S. for teaching cognitive processes in interpreting. She teaches the Foundations of Interpreting Series for hearing, coda and Deaf interpreters that combines the IMI with a Vygotskyan approach to learning. Betty is the creator of the Etna Project (2002 – present) held in New Hampshire and Maryland. The project is a series of retreats supporting a Community of Reflective Practitioners who are interpreters committed to their own growth as they seek to become change agents in the field of interpreting.

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Monday evenings online using Zoom August 3- 31, 2020


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Saturday mornings online using Zoom August 8- September 5, 2020


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Student Discount: Available for this seminar

We are now offering a limited number of $40 discounts to current students and recent graduates.

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Discounts are not honored retroactively. (Do not register and then apply.)

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