Jack of All Trades, Master of Some
ONLINE COURSE | LANGUAGE NEUTRAL & SPECIFIC
The old saying goes like this: “Jack of all trades, master of none”; unfortunately, interpreters don’t have that luxury when they are interpreting for an expert witness or during a crucial moment in a trial. As interpreters, we must make sure that we have a working knowledge and an excellent grasp of the most essential terminology in all the fields that are related to the court trial system and more. This is why the interpreter must strive to be a “master of some” of those fields that are known to be sure candidates in every trial.Register now
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6 Units of continuing education approved by State Language Access Programs for court interpreters certified in the following states:
CA , CO ,FL, ID
KY, MD, MO, NE,
NV, NM, NC, OH,
OR, PA, TN, TX,
UT, WA, WI.
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6 Units of continuing education approved by the American Translators Association (ATA) for certified translators.
B.A. in Translation & Interpretation Studies • M.A. in Spanish Literature & Linguistics • Certified Court Interpreter • Certified Medical Interpreter • UC Riverside Instructor
Automobiles, traffic related terms, physical descriptions, clothing, and apparel.
Terms that will be covered in this section are handguns, rifles, shotguns, and basic ballistics.
Tools and weapons other than firearms, drugs, and fingerprints.
Class for all languages available through a user account created on first registration.
Class for Spanish interpreters available through a user account created on first registration.