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CART Captioners and Confidentiality - Before, During and After the Job.

Credit(s): 0.15 CEUs
Original Program Date: December 2, 2013
Duration: 1 hour 29 minutes
Access: Available for 1 months after purchase
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  • Category: CART
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    Join members of NCRA’s CART Community of Interest for this live webinar.  Topics of discussion include the need for confidentiality:  the role of the CART captioner on the job; whether to produce transcripts and who receives them; and issues of confidentiality when using social media.  This webinar is co-presented with the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf, who will present on Sign Language Interpreting:  Ethics and Ethics Enforcement. 

    0.15 CEUs
    Steve Clark, CBC, CCP

    Steve Clark, is owner and president of Home Team Captions, a realtime CART and captioning company located in Washington, DC. In addition to managing HTC, Steve is a full-time realtime writer, providing onsite and remote captioning and CART, specializing in sports captioning.

    Steve graduated from Lincoln School of Commerce, Lincoln, Nebraska, in 1985 and began his court reporting career in Nebraska shortly thereafter. After two years in Nebraska, Steve moved to New Hampshire and worked for 10 years as a freelance court reporter. Steve moved to Washington, DC in 1997 and worked for 10 years as a full-time broadcast captioner. In 2006, Steve started Home Team Captions.

    In addition to captioning and CART, Steve provides remote sports captioning training for experience broadcast captioners as well as Captioning 101 training for those new to broadcast captioning.

    Steve has been a member of NCRA’s CART Community of Interest since 2012.


    Matthew O'Hara

    Matthew O’Hara is a staff member at the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (RID) headquarters.  He has a Master’s degree in Administration from Gallaudet University. Matthew, who has fourteen years of association management experience, is an active member in the American Society of Association Executives (ASAE). He holds the Certified Association Executive (CAE) designation from ASAE and is currently serving on the CAE Commission. He has previously served as the chairperson of the ASAE Ethics Committee.  Matthew has administered the Ethical Practices System (EPS) for the past twelve years and is the staff liaison to the RID Ethics Committee. He is also a trained mediator and enjoys co-presenting workshops about the benefits of conflict resolution within the interpreting community.



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