CATIE Center webinar​

Presenters: Arlyn Anderson & Marty Barnum

Arlyn Anderson, MA, CI, CT, CPCC, has dedicated her career to examining and improving the strategies interpreters use to positively impact the situations they interpret. She brings a lifetime of curiosity to her primary work as a mental health interpreter, compassion fatigue educator and certified personal coach. Arlyn has trained and supported over 100 interpreters as they took their first video relay calls.

Marty Barnum, MA, CSC, was the director of the Health Care Interpreting program at the College of St. Catherine (now St. Catherine University) for 15 years before working with Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services of MN to provide advocacy to individuals who were being denied access to communication services. A major result of this work is the Minnesota Hospital Consortium.  


This webinar discussed recognizing, managing and minimizing the challenges of and maximizing opportunities by providing remote interpreting services to clients of vocational rehabilitation services who live in rural and remote areas. The presenters examine necessary knowledge, skill and experience found at the intersection of the vocational rehabilitation context and the use and management of video technology for delivery of interpreting services.

Language: Spoken English with captioning and ASL interpretation.

CEUs: St. Catherine University is an approved RID CEU sponsor. This webinar was approved for .2 CMP/ACET RID CEUs in professional studies, and assumes some knowledge of the topic. Interpreters who wish to earn CEUs for watching the archived webinar must contact catiecenter@stkate.edu for links to the post-test and the evaluation.

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  • 05/23/2011 Deaf Self-Advocacy Training Curriculum


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  • 09/26/2011 OpenCourseWare, Open Educational Resources and Interpreter Education: A Changing Landscape
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