For interpreters, transcribers, captioners, and electronic note-takers
Services for students with hearing loss can include interpreting, speech- to-text services, note-taking, and assistive technology.
Student communication style, classroom format and educational goals all play a part in determining which service is best suited for educational access.
Working in post-secondary classrooms requires a broad range of complex skills. Check out working in post-secondary to learn more about:
- The post-secondary interpreting screen
- Oral interpreting training
- Transcriber training
- The employment registry for service providers
- BC Guidelines and Terms of Reference for service delivery
- Job descriptions for service providers
Need more information? Check out our resources document [PDF, 180 KB] for:
- PCAS workshop offerings
- Links to web sites you may find useful
If you have a specific request for skill building we would be pleased to hear from you at firstname.lastname@example.org.