FULL-TIME | WINNIPEG LOCATIONS AMESF-DP American Sign Language-English Interpretation

Courses and Descriptions

AEIR-2005Ethics 2

This is the second of two courses in ethics for ASL-English interpretation students. The course builds on the first with an emphasis on application and exploration of case studies and discussions of ethical issues and/or dilemmas as they arise in student experiences in the AEIP. Additional themes of audism, majority and minority group relations, interpreter self-care, and becoming an ally will be discussed in the context of the interpreter working between two cultural and linguistic groups. Students will develop skills that will enable them as future professional interpreters to identify ethical dilemmas, predict outcomes of various courses of action, and propose resolutions that are in harmony with the Association of Visual Language Interpreters of Canada's Code of Ethics and Guidelines for Professional Conduct.
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