I N S T R U C T O R - L E D W E B I N A R
Ethics for Court Interpreters
L A N G U A G E N E U T R A L
Ethics compliance is of the utmost importance in courtroom settings. Some states require court interpreters to receive ethics training every compliance period. This is because the stakes are high and some mistakes can have dire consequences for defendants, courts, and interpreters. This 3-hour webinar will cover some of the most important aspects of the Standards of Ethics and provide some practical scenarios that will help interpreters have more confidence when encountering ethical dilemmas.
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C O U R T
I N T E R P R E T E R S
3 Units of continuing education approved by State Language Access Programs for court interpreters certified in the following states:
CA, CO, KY, MD,
MO, NC, NE, NM,
OH, OR, PA, TN,
UT, WA, & WI
3.4 Units of continuing education approved by State Language Access Program for court interpreters certified in the following state:
C E R T I F I E D
T R A N S L AT O R S
3 Units of continuing education approved by the American Translators Association (ATA) for certified translators.
K E Y _ F E A T U R E S _
L I V E S E S S I O N
Upon registration, our team will create a user account that will be used to give you access to this course. The course dashboard will allow you to set up email reminders and join the live webinar when the time comes.
O N L I N E C O U R S E
The live session will be recorded and uploaded together with study materials to the user account created for you at checkout. You can access anything provided for 3-months.
C E R T I F I C A T E
Our automatic digital credential platform allows for instant diploma downloads with a very simple two-step process: all you need to do is fill out a two-line form and click submit to obtain your certificate of completion.
B.A. in Translation & Interpretation Studies • M.A. in Spanish Literature & Linguistics • Certified Court Interpreter • Certified Medical Interpreter • Former Interpreting Instructor CSU Fullerton • Former Interpreting Instructor UC Riverside • Former Staff Interpreter San Bernardino Superior Court • Director of TransInterpreting
C O U R S E _ T O P I C S _
To Well and Truly interpret, Rules That Affect Non-English Speaker, Equal Footing
Ambiguous Questions, Clarification of Questions, Interpreting Incoherent Questions
Group Discussion, Ethical Situations, Difficult Situations, Best Practices