ITP 217

Interpreting Training Program

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 Course Description: This course prepares students for entry into the world of professional interpreting. Students will learn about the different kinds of interpreting, requirements and regulations of this job including local, state, and federal; accessing referral agencies and networking with future colleagues, the business side of interpreting such as developing business cards, resumes, and invoices. In this class students are expected to complete  their graduation portfolio and exit interview with a passing grade. Students will review RIDís Code of Ethics and have a working knowledge of ADA as it pertains to the field of interpreting, and apply techniques for solving ethical and practical problems that occur in everyday interpreting.

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