FULL-TIME | WINNIPEG LOCATIONS AMSIF-DP ASL - English Interpretation

Objectives/Learning Outcomes

The American Sign Language - English Interpretation Graduate:

1.Prepares for interpreting on and off site by developing assignment-specific schema, gathering materials, identifying language use, contacting consumers and team interpreter(s) and assessing logistical needs.
2.Commits to ongoing professional development by pursuing mastery in American Sign Language and English, pursuing professional accreditation, maintaining membership in professional associations and networking and collaborating with the community.
3.Demonstrates personal competencies to manage and maintain a balanced quality of life, trust, and integrity in professional relationships, while continuing to develop intrapersonal and interpersonal skills.
4.Acts as an ally with the Deaf Communities through ongoing involvement and reciprocity to support community goals, builds trust and bridges cultures.
5.Demonstrates professionalism and accountability by practicing high-quality ethical decision- making and ongoing reflection, consistent with community needs and values.
6.Facilitates interactions in American Sign Language and English either individually or in a team. Provides interpretation in a manner that is conscientious of language and cultural variance while monitoring for overall message equivalency.
7.Manages a career of working individually or in a team by networking, coordinating schedules, as well as managing and negotiating business and financial matters.
8.Acts as a resource or mentor by being available to students, colleagues and the larger community.
9.Interprets in a variety of settings by creating a career path that allows for growth and learning.
10.Interprets for a variety of consumer groups by creating a career path that allows for growth and learning.
11.Interprets through the use of a variety of technologies.

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