Course Description

In this webinar Clare will briefly revisit the terms and language from her first webinar, including the notion of a rhetorical tree stucture and the importance of having a global understanding of the source message. Clare will then build on this to introduce further tools which learners can apply to their BSL-English interpretation. This webinar is suitable for both qualified and trainee interpreters and will assist you to build on the skills you already have.

Learners will be led through 2 practical exercises and be given guidance for self reflection.

It is not a pre-requisite to have viewed Clare's first webinar but you will likely find it useful to do so.

Videos:

This webinar, like Clare's first one, is of a very practical nature. You will be watching videos in sign language and voicing them over. We recommend that you have a second device such as a mobile phone with you so that you can record your voiceover while watching the videos on your computer/tablet. 

Due to YouTube's copyright restrictions, the videos were not able to be recorded within the original webinar. However you will be provided with the links so you can view them on YouTube and complete all practical exercises.


Completion of this course will give you a minimum of 2 hours' structured CPD points. You will also be provided with a number of resources for you to gain further unstructured CPD points. 


This course is available for 90 days from the date you purchased it.


MA, MASLI, RSLI and ASLI Trained Mentor

Clare Seal

Clare works across Devon (and the South West) as a freelance interpreter, having qualified with a PG Diploma in English/BSL Interpreting from UCLAN/SLI in 2005. She trained as an ASLI Mentor in 2008 and is now experienced in many domains, such as medical, educational, legal and social care settings. She also works in a variety of business, arts and industry settings.Prior to training as an interpreter, Clare worked in various jobs including social care and community theatre. In 2000, she graduated with a Masters Degree in Creative Writing from Plymouth University, completing her thesis on writing for radio. BBC Radio 4 subsequently broadcast a number of her short stories and radio dramas.Clare still writes for pleasure and is delighted to be leading a webinar that will explore how the skills of creative writing can help all interpreters to voice the stories that Deaf people tell.For more information about Clare, her writing and recent short film in BSL, please visit her blog. Clare presents the following webinars:Voiceover; finding the story behind the signsTelling the Story; developing advanced skills in BSL to English interpreting

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    £25.00Telling the Story - Developing Advanced Skills in BSL to English Interpreting

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