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Archive for the ‘Legal Interpreting’ Category
Interpreter training is essential to those who are preparing for certification exams. But what happens once an interpreter become certified? In order to maintain their certification, interpreters are required by most states and certifying organizations to participate in continuing education (CE). Continuing education usually involves attending conferences and taking classes [ Read More ]
One of the most common questions we receive at IEO is, “How do I become a certified interpreter?” The answer to that depends on whether you’re a medical or legal interpreter. There are three ways legal interpreters can become certified: 1.) Consortium for Language Access in the Courts The Consortium for Language Access in the Courts is [ Read More ]
If you think that only national conferences are worth attending, here is one that can give many larger conferences a run for their money. In case you were unable to attend the MiTiN conference this past weekend, it was a great success! Two nationally recognized speakers spoke at the conference: [ Read More ]
Every time Jinny and Irina attend an ATA conference, they wish they could be in several places at the same time. The conference in Boston offered such an overabundance of fascinating meetings, workshops, and presentations; choosing which one to go to posed a major challenge. While attending sessions, welcoming visitors [ Read More ]