Trainers Webinar # 17


Baby Steps webinar   


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Approved by CCHI for 1.25 instructional hours. Approved by ATA for 1 point.
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NCIHC Members      free          Non-NCIHC Members  $30.00

Description

This webinar is designed to help trainers introduce note-taking as a cognitive skill for interpreters.  The presentation will address pitfalls of note-taking when done incorrectly as well as the benefits of effective note-taking.  It further introduces some ideas and step-by-step activities that trainers can use to help participants better develop note-taking skills.

Learning Objectives – by the end of this webinar, trainers will be better equipped to:

  1. Explain what note-taking is
  2. Describe how ad hoc note-taking can affect interpreters' accuracy and completeness in a negative way
  3. Identify best practice of note-taking for effective communication

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About Rosanna Balistreri

Rosanna is a linguist fluent in Spanish, Italian and English. 

In 2010 and 2011, Rosanna served as President of the California Healthcare Interpreting Association.  She has also served as Subject Matter Expert (SME) for the Certification Commission for Healthcare Interpreters and is presently Member of the National Council of Interpreters in Health Care (NCIHC) Standards and Training Committee and co-chairs the Language of Lesser Diffusion (LLD) Workgroup.

Rosanna teaches Translation and Interpreting at Cal State University Fullerton and owns REACH-reaching diversity, a consulting agency for cultural & linguistic services geared exclusively toward healthcare.  

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NCIHC Members         free          Non-NCIHC Members  $30.00

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System Requirements

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