This course is designed to teach students how to apply their sign skills and knowledge of the interpreting role in a variety of real-life situations. As they are completing their field experiences, students are asked to share experiences from their respective sites and formulate responses that reflect appropriate professional conduct and are in accordance with the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf, Code of Professional Conduct. In addition, students explore the role and responsibilities of the interpreter in three specialized areas: traffic court, a medical office visit and a mental health interview. The protocol for working with a deaf interpreter is also discussed.

Prereq: Program admission; successful completion of all other ITP courses; demonstrated proficiency per the ITP guidelines.

Fall 2018
Credit
3.0
| Prereq or Coreq required
Sessions
Ticket # CRN Days Times Location Instructor Status
191ITP290.920
TBA
Course Location

Online

Online instruction is delivered 100 percent via the Internet through use of the college's learning management system. Any proctored testing requirements are indicated.

Coburn

Open

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