How to become a translation consultant
Transitioning from Consultant-In-Training (CIT) to Translation Consultant is not just a matter of completing a degree or set of courses.Each CIT starts out with different areas of skill and education, and then pursues a growth plan that is uniquely suited to them. Classes and training vary from one person to the next. All CITs learn linguistics, Biblical exegesis, sign language fluency, and Deaf culture. Shadrack began working with DOOR after realizing the vast spiritual needs of the Deaf.
“God has opened my eyes to see the need and cry of an unreached people group, the majority of whom live among a ‘reached’ people group. The ministry of sign language Bible translation is so critical.”Now that his training is complete, Shadrack is looking forward to helping younger CITs pursue their goals. “I will continue to work with the Deaf translation teams, as well as train younger consultants,” he shares. By giving here, you can help more of DOOR's Deaf and hearing Consultants-In-Training (CITs) finish their training and become certified consultants. Interested in becoming a Bible translation consultant specializing in sign language? Contact us to learn more.