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Written Test Workshops


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Workshop Details

**RID CEUs are NOT available for this workshop.*

  • Dates & Times:
    • November 9th & 10th 2018
    • July 26th & 27th 2019
      • Friday: 6 pm- 9 pm (workshop)
      • Saturday: 8:30 am - 12 pm (workshop)
      • Written Test offered after lunch on Saturday at 1 pm
  • Language Policy: English
  • Presenter: Susie Spainhour
  • Lunch A catered lunch will be provided on Saturday. Snacks and Coffee are provided Friday night and Saturday morning
  • Location: 225 South Pleasantburg Drive Greenville SC 29607
  • Cost to attend: $25

Workshop Description:

EIPA Written Test Prep Workshop

The EIPA Written Test (WT) workshop will cover the top three problematic competency areas typically found amongst SC Educational Interpreters. The intent of this workshop is to clarify the most difficult competencies and discuss any questions participants may have before taking the EIPA WT.  This workshop will not cover each competency found on the EIPA WT.  Participants must prepare for the written test before attending this workshop.  All knowledge competencies and standards can be found on the EIPA website:  

All registered workshop participants can register for the EIPA WT. The test will be administered on Saturday at the end of the workshop.   

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Susie Spainhour

Susie Spainhour is the Project Coordinator for the South Carolina Educational Interpreting Center. Susie holds a Masters of Education Divergent Learners degree from Columbia College and a Bachelor of Science Education Interpreting degree from the University of Cincinnati. Susie is a Nationally Certified Interpreter, and currently, she is the President for South Carolina Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf. She has been afforded several collegiate, state, and regional awards during her professional career including Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf Region II President’s Choice Award, South Carolina Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf Interpreter of the Year Award, and Spartanburg’s Woman of the Year Award. She has enjoyed working as an Educational Interpreter for the past fifteen years. Also, she volunteers countless hours establishing professional development opportunities for South Carolina interpreters and mentoring services for South Carolina’s future interpreters

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