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ASL Boot Camp For Interpreters in Snowmass, CO at Aspen Camp

by DJ Monahan
(Snowmass, CO)

We’re really excited to host our first biannual ASL Boot Camp for interpreters and students. During these three days, you get CEU-accredited workshops, lodging, meals, hot springs, team building activities, networking opportunities, and more.

April 19-21, 2013
Aspen Camp
Snowmass, Colorado
$350 per person

Presenters are Dr. Byron Bridges and Christopher Tester, CDI.

Workshops includes:
- Strong Language and Sexual Signs
- Complex Classifications
- Native ASL Fingerspelling
- Creating Space in ASL
- He Said, She Said That, Who Said What? (Constructed Action)
- International Sign (IS) in ASL
- Analyzing English for Meaning

Aspen Camp is an approved RID CMP Sponsor for continuing education activities. This learning opportunity is offered for 1.1 CEUs in the professional studies area at the beginning, intermediate, and advanced knowledge levels.

Come and enjoy the fresh air while polishing up your skills with others like you!

View details and register now at http://www.aspencamp.org/camp/abc!

Download the flyer here: http://www.aspencamp.org/documents/Flyer-ASLBootCampSpring2013.pdf

or http://www.aspencamp.org/documents/Flyer-ASLBootCampSpring2013.jpg

Thanks to RID and our presenters for helping make this possible.

You can also pre-register for the fall session (October 10-12, 2013) and get 10% off!

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