Accidents happen on the road every day, but that doesn’t mean they should happen in the courtroom, too. To prevent mistakes, legal interpreters should have knowledge of specialized terms and concepts dealing with the road and traffic, the insurance industry, accident reconstruction, etc. In this course, you will discover comprehensive information on the types of traffic and vehicular accidents, major causes of accidents, related injuries, and much more. If taking the course with instructor evaluation, students must submit one interpretation exercise and one glossary in order to receive a certificate of completion.
Length of access: 2 weeks without instructor evaluation, 3 weeks with instructor evaluation
(with instructor evaluation) - $189.00
(without instructor evaluation) - $109.00
*If you do not see your language in the drop-down menu, it is due to lack of demand. We can update the course with your language after you purchase it. Please keep in mind that this update can take up to 2-3 weeks.
*ASL interpreters take courses without instructor evaluation, on a self-assessment basis.
* To find the number of CEUs your state or organization grants for this course, click here.
* Please note that our office hours are Mon-Fri from 9 AM to 5 PM, and enrollment in courses is done manually. We try to accommodate all after hours requests, but if you purchase the course over the weekend, you might need to wait till Monday to get enrolled.
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Feedback from interpreters who took this course:
“Thank you guys so much for providing the instructor’s evaluations in such a short time; it’ll allow me to keep my Maryland court interpreter certification current! I’ve learned a great deal from [the] class – lots of helpful practical information and very useful feedback from the instructor. Thanks again for your flexibility and cooperation!”
– T.P., court-certified interpreter