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  • Published 2015

A STUDY OF QUALIFICATION PROCESSES AND COMPETENCIES OF SIGN LANGUAGE INTERPRETERS IN AFRICAN CONTEXT : A contribution to the process of establishing a Sign Language interpreter training programme in Ethiopia

@inproceedings{Kortesalo2015ASO,
  title={A STUDY OF QUALIFICATION PROCESSES AND COMPETENCIES OF SIGN LANGUAGE INTERPRETERS IN AFRICAN CONTEXT : A contribution to the process of establishing a Sign Language interpreter training programme in Ethiopia},
  author={Marko Kortesalo},
  year={2015}
}
Kortesalo, Marko. A study of qualification processes and competencies of Sign Language interpreters in African context A contribution to the process of establishing a Sign Language interpreter training programme in Ethiopia. Diak, Turku. Spring 2015, 66 p., 7 appendices. Diaconia University of Applied Sciences, Degree programme of Sign Language and Interpreting (Degree title: Interpreter). The study followed the principles of development cooperation to reach the aim of surveying the… CONTINUE READING

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