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LOGIN & LEARN
This two-part workshop delivered via Zoom explores advanced skills for practitioners working with interpreters in mental health settings
Tuesday, 04 May 2021
Tuesday, 11 May 2021
Online via Zoom
— details to be sent to registrants in advance
This advanced skills workshop is designed for all practitioners working with interpreters in mental health settings – including both new to and currently working with interpreters.
The workshop will explore challenges and realities in the interpreting environment and look at strategies for adapting practice for working with interpreters in a variety of mental health settings.
Participants will receive hard copies of resources developed in the project Approaching work with interpreters in mental health settings (VTMH, 2019), including a Practice Tips Poster and Report
Please be aware that this is a two-part workshop. To complete the workshop, and to receive hard copies resources, participation at both days is required.
· Explore strategies to apply prior to, during, and after an interpreted session
· Consider key culturally responsive practices and principles, including cultural safety and cultural humility, in the context of working with interpreters
· Discuss challenges and realities in the interpreting environment, and strategies for adapting practice with interpreters in a variety of mental health settings
This is a two-part virtual workshop, delivered via Zoom.
Day 1: Tuesday 4th May, 9:30am-12:30pm
Day 2: Tuesday 11th May, 9:30am-12:30pm
Participation at both days is required.
The virtual workshop will be supplemented with some self-directed reading materials. More information about this will be provided during registration.
Suitable for practitioners working in publicly funded mental health programs across Victoria, including staff in clinical and community mental health services, as well as people working within mental health programs in community health and social services.
Registrations close Wednesday 28th April. Registrations are essential.