Self-Study Courses Online

These online courses are available on demand. You may enroll anytime and take the course at your own pace. Once you create an account, log in and begin taking your course. Read texts, watch videos, take quizzes and once you finish with the assignments, print your Certificate of Completion. You do not need to take the course all at once. You may log in as many times as you want. The system will keep records of your progress. Choose the course of your preference.

 

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COURT INTERPRETERS: CALIFORNIA-OREGON-WASHINGTON-NEVADA: 3.0 CREDITS 

FLORIDA COURT INTERPRETERS: 3.6 CREDITS

MEDICAL INTERPRETERS: IMIA/CMI: APPLICATION STATUS IS PENDING

$60.00  

Available online anytime

PROFESSIONAL ETHICS (Self-Study)

The purpose of this course is to introduce its participants to the role of ethics in the field of professional interpretation. The course takes a look at the differences between morals and ethics from several perspectives with the objective to (1) enable interpreters to identify ethical conflicts that could potentially arise during the process of interpreting and (2) determine ways to professionally resolve these potential conflicts.

 

This course was approved by The Judicial Council of California, The State of Texas Judicial Branch Certification Commission, The Supreme Court of Nevada, Oregon Judicial Department Court Language Access Services, The Supreme Court of the Florida State Language Access Program and the Administrative Office of the Courts of Washington State.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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COURT INTERPRETERS: CALIFORNIA-OREGON-WASHINGTON-COLORADO-TEXAS-NEVADA: 3.0 CREDITS 

FLORIDA COURT INTERPRETERS: 3.6 CREDITS

MEDICAL INTERPRETERS: IMIA/CMI: 0.25 CEUS

$60.00  

Available online anytime

Working with victims of domestic violence (self-study)

This course will introduce interpreters to issues of domestic violence from cross-cultural perspectives and will explore this social problem from a human rights perspective. This course will evaluate aspects of forms of violence and abuse in diverse cultures, which include, but are not limited to, Mexico and the United States, as well as immigrant and minority communities in the U.S. The various ways in which women are abused will be discussed in an effort to introduce students to patterns of abuse from a global perspective.

This course will provide interpreters with tools to perform their job in the court with clients involved in cases of domestic violence. Participants will have the opportunity to learn techniques about detachment.

This course was approved by The Judicial Council of California, The State of Texas Judicial Branch Certification Commission, The Supreme Court of Nevada, The Colorado Judicial Department Office of Language Access, Oregon Judicial Department Court Language Access Services, The Supreme Court of the Florida State Language Access Program, Administrative Office of the Courts of Washington State and The International Medical Interpreters Association. Credits are also approved to submit for CMI credits approved by the National Board of Medical Interpreters.

 

 

 
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COURT INTERPRETERS: CALIFORNIA-OREGON-WASHINGTON-COLORADO-TEXAS-NEVADA: 3.0 CREDITS 

FLORIDA COURT INTERPRETERS: 3.6 CREDITS

MEDICAL INTERPRETERS: IMIA/CMI: 0.25 CEUS

$60.00  

Available online anytime

Communication Conflicts (Self-study)

The purpose of this course is to expose the participants to the difficulties of communicational processes in the interpreting field. This class takes a look at such conflicts from the basis of theories that will allow the interpreter to identify communication obstacles and analyze potential interventions from different perspectives that may be applied to the resolution of conflicts arising from the interpreting work.

 

 

 

 

 

This course was approved by The Judicial Council of California, The State of Texas Judicial Branch Certification Commission, The Supreme Court of Nevada, The Colorado Judicial Department Office of Language Access, Oregon Judicial Department Court Language Access Services, The Supreme Court of the Florida State Language Access Program, Administrative Office of the Courts of Washington State and The International Medical Interpreters Association. Credits are also approved to submit for CMI credits approved by the National Board of Medical Interpreters.