Southern California Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf

SCRID is an affiliate chapter of the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (RID). It is the mission of the Southern California Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf to promote best practices, equity, and representation within the profession of Sign Language Interpreting; provide professional development and education for current and future practitioners; serve as a forum for ongoing assessment of and response to community needs; and, advocate to the public for the highest standards in the provision of interpreting services for users of both sign languages and spoken languages.

Ethical Decision Making for ASL Interpreters

  • 10/17/2015
  • 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
  • CSD Riverside - 3044 Horace Street Riverside, CA 92506 @ The Bummy Center


  • for active members
  • for active student members

Registration is closed

Ethical Decision Making for ASL Interpreters (0.3 CEUS)

This workshop will open the discussion to a myriad of situations requiring ethical decisions to be made during the course of a regular day.  The workshop will begin with a review of the Code of Professional Conduct (CPC) and then springboard into some in depth conversations about potential and actual conflicts of interest (COI). The activities within the workshop will address multiple perspectives to interpreting situations as well as address additional trending areas that have been flagged for concern currently in the ASL interpreting field.

This workshop follows the

SCRID Face-to-Face Board Meeting

10:00 am – 12:00 pm

Everyone is welcome!

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About the Presenter:

Bryan Kritzeck  - B.A., NIC, SC:L

Bryan Kritzeck was born in St. Cloud, Minnesota where he grew up in the deaf communi

ty. At age 21, he moved to California to study Deaf Studies at California State University, Northridge (CSUN) and obtained his baccalaureate degree in 2008. Bryan began “interpreting” at the age of 15 and obtained his National Interpreter Certification (NIC) in 2008 and his Specialist Certificate: Legal (SC:L) in 2014, from the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf.

Bryan has worked in various settings such as freelance, VRS and legal. Currently Bryan is a staff interprete

r for the Superior Courts of California, County of Riverside and also works VRS part-time. In his spare time, Bryan enjoys riding his Kawasaki Ninja through the mountains of Riverside County, visit family and friends, and play with his dog at the dog park.

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