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2012 Freelance translator virtual conference

Sep 27, 2012



On-demand
presentation

What does not count in a triadic encounter: advancing professionalization of the community interpreting field

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Schedule:On-demand
Description:

The presentation will address:
  • the importance of using credentialed interpreters vs. ad-hoc interpreters
  • professionalization as one of the key components in advancing medical/community interpreting field
  • the direct link between professional delivery in both languages and clients safety/well-being & providers ability to accurately and completely convey their message
  • multiple steps to the professional nirvana
  • Language(s):English
    Speakers:Eric Candle
    Eric Candle holds an MS in Computer Science and Computer Translation, and an advanced certificate “Creating and leading Strategic Growth". His college graduation work was executed and presented in English and Russian languages. Eric is a qualified medical interpreter with 15 years of professional experience at the largest NY State hospitals,a credentialed translator, an adjunct professor of medical interpreting and a licensed Lead Community Interpreter trainer. He has studied, worked and taught in Canada, Germany, Austria, Russia, and Ukraine. Eric is a Board Member of the International Medical Interpreters Association, a U.S. Chapter Chair Coordinator and the NY State Chapter Chair. He is a passionate advocate of the meaningful LEP patient’s access to healthcare services. Eric has delivered numerous presentations on the National Certification for Medical Interpreters and professionalization of medical interpreting field. Eric Candle is the President of ECdata, Inc. National Training Institute, a NY-based community interpreting and cross-cultural training company

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