Have you ever watched your own work and focused only on what you're doing wrong?


What if we disrupt our old patterns of learning that are hyper-focused on deficit?


What if we accept from the outset that we are good interpreters doing good work?


This simple shift can build us up to GREAT. Are you ready?



Jeff Wildenstein, creator of our wildly popular voicing course, brings his thoughtful, rigorous approach to the skills we use when interpreting into ASL

During this 10 hour, skills-intensive course you will:


Practice analyzing specific ASL features using actual work samples from a Deaf/hearing interpreting team

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Use the '80/20 Rule' and 'Rule of 3' to create a strength-based approach to self analysis

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Commit to a concrete plan for building on your strengths and taking your interpreting to the next level


Key Details


Videos for this course are presented in both American Sign Language and spoken English. Instructions and activities are provided in written English. For accommodation requests, please email [email protected]


The Insightful Interpreter recognizes that Deaf and BIPOC interpreters have unique skill sets, expertise, and valuable perspectives that benefit the interpreting field. These interpreters also experience bias, oppression, and barriers in our field and our society; in response, we offer discounts on all courses to self-identified members of these groups.


This course is intended for working sign language interpreters and students of interpreting.


For more FAQs, including our refund policy, please visit our website


Example Curriculum

  Navigation tips and Introduction Video
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  Module 1: Grounding
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  Module 2: Record your Practice Sample
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  Module 3: Tier 1 Analysis
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  Module 4: Tier 2 Analysis
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  Module 5: Tier YOU Analsyis
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  Module 6: Let's Go There
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  Module 7: Up The Ante
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  Final Video and Final Question
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  Evaluation
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Choose a Pricing Option

$179

Good to Great: A Proven Path to Becoming a Better, More Confident Interpreter

1.0 PS CEUs

Build your analysis skills so you can capitalize on your strengths and improve your interpreting product.

$89

Deaf/BIPOC Rate: Good to Great: A Proven Path to Becoming a Better, More Confident Interpreter

1.0 PS CEUs

Build your analysis skills so you can capitalize on your strengths and improve your interpreting product.


The Insightful Interpreter recognizes that Deaf and BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) interpreters have unique skill sets, expertise, and valuable perspectives that benefit the interpreting field. These interpreters also experience bias, oppression, and barriers in our field and our society; in response, we offer discounts on all courses to self-identified members of these groups.

Presented by

Jeff Wildenstein

CI, CT, NIC-Advanced


Jeff graduated from Seattle Central’s interpreting training program in 1996 then spent the following two years finishing a degree in English from the University of Washington.


In 2000, Jeff received his CI and CT and in 2007 his NIC-Advanced.


He is from Colorado, but having lived in Seattle since 1991, he considers the northwest home.

Interpretek is an approved RID Sponsor for Continuing Education Activities. This Professional Studies (PS) program is offered for 1.0 CEUs at the Some content knowledge level.