LIVE-ONLINE COURSE

Assault Rifles & Mass Shootings
(Language Neutral)

The Washington Post recorded 163 mass shootings in the United States between 1967 and June 2019. Mass shootings are incidents that involve multiple victims of firearm-related violence. Assault weapons and high-capacity magazines are commonplace in mass shootings and make these more lethal. This webinar will discuss the history of assault rifles, it will cover the intricacies of these weapons, and why they have become the “weapon of choice” for most acts of violence.

 

Hosted by TransInterpreting & Interpreter Continuing Education Approved by

- State Language Access Programs • 3 CEUs
California, Colorado, Kentucky, Missouri, Maryland, Nebraska, New Mexico, North Carolina, Oregon, Texas, & Utah. -

- Florida State Courts • 3.6 CIE Credits -

- ATA • 3 CEUs -


Saturday January 25 • 2020
9:00AM - 12:00PM (PST)

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Upon registration, you will receive an e-mail with instructions on how to attend this live-online webinar. The session will be recorded in order to set up an online course; we will create a user account for you at checkout, so you can have access to all of its features:

Feature #1: Live-Online Webinar

Feature #2: Recorded Online Course

Feature #3: Self-Study Materials

Feature #4: PDF Downloads

Feature #5: Certificate of Completion

This is a online class. You can take it from the comfort of your home using a laptop, tablet, or smart phone as long as you have a reliable internet connection. If you register for this Live-Online Webinar, you will also receive access to the recording of this session as well as all the other included features.

You will receive access to the recording of this webinar through a user account. All your learning resources will be uploaded to the online course in your library once the instructor makes them available; this is usually done the day after the class, but sometimes the instructors make the materials available beforehand.

Theodore W. Lewis

  • Member Forensic Expert Witness Association 
  • DOJ Certified Handgun Safety Instructor 
  • Certified Court Interpreter 
  • Former Federally Licensed Gunsmith

The 3 Objectives


This workshop was designed to help interpreters learn the history behind assault rifles, understand what an assault rifle is, distinguish between the different types of assault rifles, and identify parts & characteristics.

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History of Assault Rifles & Mass Shootings and First "Assault Rifle"

Etymology
Scenarios in WWII History
Statistics & Terminology
The first "Assault Rifle"

1HR • 10MIN

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Lack of Consensus as to the Definition of the Term, "Assault Rifle" 

Legal definition
Dictionary's definition
Media's usage
Common definition

25 MIN

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Assault Rifle Types, Parts, & Characteristics

Examples of assault rifles
What classifies and assault rifle? The AR-15
Parts of an assault rifle & the bump stock
Selective fire & effective range

1HR • 25MIN

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