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.

SCRID Leadership Orientation: PPM III

  • 01/08/2019
  • 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
  • GoToMeeting Video Conference


  • Open to any SCRID member or member of the signing community in Southern California.

Registration is closed

       SCRID Leadership Orientation

Policies & Procedures Manual III

Miscellaneous Policies

With Peggy Huber, CI & CT, SCRID President

Tuesday, January 8, 2019  

7:00 - 9:00 pm

0.20 General Studies

* No partial CEUs will be provided *

Cost:  FREE!

Offered via Go To Meeting


(This training will be conducted in ASL. No voice interpretation will be provided)

This workshop is designed for New SCRID volunteer leaders as well as any member of the signing community wishing to become familiar with the SCRID organizational structure.

At the little/no knowledge level.

Workshop Description: 

This training is part of a series for new SCRID volunteer leaders designed to introduce the SCRID organizational structure, foundational documentation and resources.  This session will focus on miscellaneous policies and procedures such as the SCRID Event Language Policy and the Environmental Impact Policy. Opportunity to review other areas of interest will be permitted at the end of the session.

Workshop Objectives:  Participants will be able to:

  • Locate the Policies & Procedures Manual on the SCRID website PPM page.

  • Describe SCRID's basic election cycle.

  • Describe the parameters of the SCRID Event Language Policy.

  • Determine two advantages and two disadvantages to enforcing SCRID Event Language Policy.
  • List two possible exceptions to the Environmental Impact Policy likely to be approved by the board of directors.

  • Describe the process by which presenters or hosts may request an exception to the Environmental Impact Policy.

  • Describe the purpose for the Environmental Impact Policy.  

  • Describe the accommodation for members wishing access to board of directors or annual membership meeting documents.

  • Describe three considerations when using SCRID email accounts.

  • Determine additional areas of the Policies and Procedures Manual to be reviewed or updated.

    RID CEUs:  0.20 GS CEUs

    This workshop will be conducted in American Sign Language

    (No voice interpretation will be provided)

    About the Presenter:


    Peggy Huber, MA, CI & CT, is an interpreter in practice for over 30 years, has a Master Of Arts degree with concentrations in Deaf Studies, literacy for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing students in Special Education, and Linguistics with an emphasis in Teaching English as a Second Language. In her thesis, she compared factors found in English classes in direct and interpreted settings at the college level. Her linguistic study of English and ASL have led to practical insights in language forms for use in a variety of settings. She is currently the Itinerant Interpreter and consultant for the Los Angeles Unified School District. Her position has allowed an interface with administrators, DHH teachers, DHH students and fellow K-12 interpreters, providing a unique opportunity for networking, meaningful discussions regarding best practices and policy as well as work side-by-side with the most effective interpreters LAUSD has to offer. Further, her focus, training and independent study on interpreting in the K-12 setting as well as networking with educational interpreters on a national level has provided a broad resource base for theory and best practices for interpreters working in this unique setting, one in which the future of Deaf people depends.

     Peggy has been a supporter of the rights of Deaf Community Members throughout her 30+ year career.  She believes that supporting interpreters in Southern California is one of the most effective ways to support the Deaf Community.  

     To this end she has been a volunteer leader of Southern California Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf  (SCRID) since 2001. She was on the Bylaws Committee and helped develop the 2015 revision of the SCRID bylaws as well as revised the Policies and Procedures Manual over the last 5 years as each area of leadership has developed.



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