Wisconsin state law requires interpreters to be nationally certified to work in most settings. The main goal of WMP is competence. National certification is one of several ways interpreters demonstrate competency. This semester long course is designed to enhance the skills already possessed by participants and prepare them for national certification. As stated in the Enhanced NIC Candidate Handbook (p. 21, 2011) “Candidates should prepare for the NIC Interview and Performance Exam by strengthening their real-world skills in interpreting. They should also ensure that they have a detailed working knowledge of the NAD-RID Code of Professional Conduct”. This course will cover the skill statements as defined by the National Council on Interpreting Role Delineation Panel. Participants will review the tasks, which represent the skills one must possess to be able to pass the NIC examination and receive certification. This course provides practical-based experiences for ethical decision making, sign-voice skills, and voice-sign skills. Participants will receive feedback in a constructive manner that will lead to enhanced interpreting skills.
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Fridays: 5 - 8:30 pm & Saturdays: 9 am - 4 pm Enderis Hall, Room 680, 2400 E. Hartford Ave., UW-Milwaukee Campus
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UW-Milwaukee Guest Housing:
A block of rooms have been reserved for those attending this course at:
Kenilworth Square Guest Housing
1915 E. Kenilworth Place
Milwaukee, WI 53202
Kenilworth Square Guest Housing offers fully furnished apartments with hotel-like service at a daily rate. Rates begin at $90 per room and vary based on occupancy and length of stay. Contact Guest Housing directly to inquire about accommodations: email@example.com or (414) 229-6588.
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