Artemisa, Cuba - With the objective of achieving equal opportunities for access to information and progress towards a more inclusive society, the Cuban National Association of Deaf People (ANSOC) and the National Center for Training and Development of Deaf People (CENDSOR), summons people who wish to receive basic training as interpreters of Spanish/Cuban Sign Language.
According to the vice president of ANSOC in Artemisa, Mr. Frank José Martínez Ross, the objective of the course is to teach the elementary knowledge that allows students to develop the necessary skills to be a competent linguistic and cultural mediator. Once the course is finished, they must work as Spanish / Sign Language interpreters of the association (ANSOC), or in those areas where their services are required as facilitators of communication and social integration of deaf people.
Advocating for a greater integration of people with disabilities into Cuban society, raising and strengthening their cultural level, guiding them regarding their duties and rights, as well as eliminating communication barriers that prevent or limit their normal life are the basic principles of the organization.
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