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Clive Mason – Workshop (CPD)

Leeds  – Interpreting Workshop with Clive Mason

Part 1: Thinking Visually – Saturday, 19th January 2019.
Part 2: Visual Flair – Sunday, 20th January 2019

Venue: Leeds Society for the Deaf and Blind People, The Centre Street, Leeds, LS9 7DP

Time: 10:00-16:00
Trainer: Clive Mason
Suitable for: TSLI and RSLI – whether Constructed Action and Dialogue are new to you, or you would like a refresher.

Cost:  £120 per day – CPD 6 hours or
Special Price: £210 for 2 days – CPD 12 hours

Part 1: Thinking Visually: A Constructed Action Constructed Dialogue
Overview:
If a picture paints a thousand words then interpreters are artists!
Conveying complex concepts in BSL can be a challenge and it can be hard to manage the unwanted influence of English when interpreting.

Part 2: Visual Flair: Mastering Constructed Action Constructed Dialogue
Overview:
A follow up workshop for interpreters who have attended “Thinking Visually: A CA and CD Workshop”.
Say goodbye to words and immerse yourself in a visual world.

For further details and a registration form to book, please email: clivewgmason@gmail.com

BSL Course – CPD Points Safeguarding of Adults

TRAINER

Date:  Saturday 14th April 2018
Time:  09.30 to 16.30
Venue:  The Centre, St Mary’s Street, Leeds LS9 7DP

Jacki Pritchard – Independent Social Worker/Hypnotherapist/Trainer/Consultant/Researcher.
Author and Series Editor: Good Practice in Health, Social Care and Criminal Justice Series.
Founder of: Beyond Existing, Support Groups for Adults Who Have Been Abused.
Co-Founder of: Practitioner Alliance Against Abuse of Vulnerable Adults (PAVA).

AIM AND CONTENT OF COURSE 1

This is the first in a series of 3 bespoke training courses which has been developed for BSL interpreters regarding the abuse and safeguarding of adults. It is NOT a generic basic awareness course The course was originally designed for  BSL interpreters in 2012 and has been well received in various parts of England; it has been updated to incorporate the changes which were introduced on 1st April 2015 with the introduction of the Care Act 2014. The main aim of this course is to ensure that interpreters know what to do when they suspect that someone is being abused, is at risk of harm or when they receive a disclosure.

for more information please click here

Please contact Alison Miller to book a place on the the course.
alison.miller@leedssocietyfordeafandblind.org.uk