NAD-RID Code of Professional Conduct for CDIs

  • 29 Aug 2020
  • 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
  • 0


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NAD-RID Code of Professional Conduct for CDIs

August 29, 2020 9a-4p Eastern

Dr. Rhonda Jennings-Arey

Presented through ZOOM

0.6 CEUs

This workshop will focus on what it means to be ethical for CDIs in the workplace, among co-workers, clients, etc. Presenter will use all tenets from RID CPC and go over each tenet. Participants will be given situations after introduction of the CPC and discuss why it is ethical or not. Participants will be able to identify all CPC tenets, and will be able to identify situations requiring appropriate responses. Participants will bring their knowledge of interpreting, various situations that they have experienced as client and as interpreter. Participants will discussion different situations so that they can become better interpreters or pass the knowledge written test.

This workshop is presented in ASL

Level of Participant’s Prior Knowledge of Topic: Little/None to Experienced Interpreters

Target Audience: Deaf interpreters and Deaf interpreting students

Presenter Bio

Dr. Rhonda Jennings-Arey has twenty years of teaching experience at the K-12 level.  She worked at the Maryland Schools for the Deaf in both Frederick and Columbia before returning home to her alma mater, the Virginia School for the Deaf and the Blind in Staunton, Virginia.  Rhonda has taught in elementary, middle, and high school, specializing in English and American Sign Language for Deaf students, hearing students as a second language, and hearing faculty and staff.  At the post-secondary level, Rhonda is an adjunct at the J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College, Gallaudet University, and Tidewater Community College. She has also taught at Blue Ridge Community College, Towson University, Radford University, Piedmont Virginia Community College, University of Virginia, University of Louisville, and McDaniel College. Dr. Jennings-Arey has degrees in Deaf Education, Sign Language Education, Literacy Specialization, and Administration and Supervision in 2016 from Capella University. She obtained her doctorate degree in Post-Secondary and Adult Education. She was a National Board Certified teacher in adolescent and young adult language arts. She was the co-founder of VSDB’s ASL/English Bilingual Education Training program. She has an ASLTA certification at the Master level and endorsement in ASL instruction through the state of Virginia. She is currently certified by RID as a Certified Deaf Interpreter where she works as a freelance interpreter. She lives in Staunton, VA where she works full time as an Assistant Professor at the University of Virginia.



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