CDs, DVDs, and videotapes
Mailing lists, user groups & chat rooms
Online teaching and learning
Outside assessment and certification
Periodicals and articles
Workshops and conferences
There's a reason why you can get CEU's (Continuing Education Units) from RID for teaching a class. It's because in teaching you yourself learn. It channels your thinking when you try to express ideas you believe you already have clear in your head. The questions that your students will ask will also make you think about matters that have lain dormant or undeveloped in your mind. Below are some workshops that I have taught in the past (and am available to teach in the future, wink, wink). You are welcome to use them to teach your own workshops as long as you leave my name on the materials. It goes without saying, developing your own will also be beneficial for you.
Information on teaching classes
Eighinger, L. Keeping PACE: Performance Assessment for Career Enhancement. A general article on the proper design of in-service trainings.
Information on teaching workshops
Simon, J. H. (2003). Manual: How to coordinate and host a successful workshop OR How not to get lost in the details. This is a downloadable .pdf file.
Master's Degree in Interpreting Pedagogy
Master's in Interpreting Pedagogy.