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Professional Supervision for interpreters: What is it and how does it make us better at what we do?

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Regardless of the target and source languages, many of the demands in interpreting work (such as highly contextual settings, little or no preparation materials, interpersonal and intrapersonal dynamics) are the same. One-to-one supervision allows personalised support and impartial feedback about your professional performance and can open a window of insight to refine and perfect our craft.

Lynx is a New Zealand Sign Language interpreter with nearly 20 years’ experience.
She won the NZSL interpreter of the year award in 2015 and regularly speaks about professional supervision to sign interpreters in New Zealand, Australia, and Canada.

NZSTI members only.



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