ANNOUNCING THE RID-NIC PREP WORKSHOP!
MINIMIZING THE MYSTERY: STRATEGIES AND TECHNIQUES FOR THE RID-NIC INTERVIEW AND PERFORMANCE TEST
This course targets individuals who have been preparing for the RID-NIC performance exam and are prepared to take it. The goal is to allow participants a place to practice and fine tune their skills for the NIC exam. Information will be discussed from the RID-NIC test handbook. Questions about format, logistics, and evaluation will be covered. This course provides practical-based experiences for both the interview and performance exam and an opportunity to receive feedback. UW-Milwaukee ITP is an RID Supersite and the ASL lab will be used throughout the entire week for both practice and the exam, which is available at the conclusion of the course on August 9th. Taking the NIC exam is voluntary.
Monday through Friday, August 4 - 8, from 9:00 am - 4:00 pm (Lunch - 12:00 - 1:00 pm) in Enderis Hall, Room 674 located at 2400 E. Hartford Ave., on the UW-Milwaukee Campus.
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This workshop is offered for Non-Credit at a cost of $425. Participants will earn 3.25 CEU's through the National Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf!
Note: To cancel your Non-Credit registration or with any other requests for special accommodation, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. For full refund, cancellation must be made in writing one week prior to the start of the event.
Enrollment is capped at 25 for this workshop. Don't delay....register today!
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Pamela Sue Conine has been the Coordinator for the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee-Interpreter Training Program since 2007. She received her masters from UW-Milwaukee in administrative leadership and supervision in education, and her BS Degree in education with a focus on interpreting. Mrs. Conine is an RID-NIC Master and works in a variety of settings including post-secondary, theatrical, and religious. She believes strongly in community involvement and service. It is through those rich experiences, interpreters develop the cultural and linguistic competence to serve all members of the community with compassion and quality. This is what she strives to bring to her
teaching and interpreting every day.
For questions about the course content of Minimizing the Mystery:Strategies and
Techniques for the RID-NIC Interview Performance Test, please contact Pamela Sue
Conine at email@example.com
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We are pleased to offer the following accommodations for your convenience:
Kenilworth Square Guest Housing (1.2 miles from the UWM campus)
UW-Milwaukee Guest Housing has reserved a block of rooms for those attending
1915 E. Kenilworth Place
Milwaukee, WI 53202
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