COURT INTERPRETATION 101
This is a language neutral, beginner-Intermediate level course designed for students looking to learn the foundations of court interpretation. In this course, participants learn expert techniques and self-assessment methods used by professional interpreters to analyze and improve the accuracy and flow of their renditions. Interpreters can expect to strengthen their skills in sight, consecutive and simultaneous interpretation through performance-enhancing techniques and realistic exercises. Ideal for interpreters that have completed an Orientation and/or Written Exam in the court system and are seeking to move on to the next level.
- Must be at least 18 years of age
- Must have a High School Diploma or GED
- Must be Bilingual and, although not required for this course, we prefer individuals who have already taken the Orientation and English written exam according to their state.
COURT INTERPRETATION 101: LIVE ONLINE SCHOOL
Orientation is required and will take place Wednesday October 5th at 8:00 PM Eastern to 9:30 PM Eastern.
Course Dates (Mondays & Wednesdays): October 10, 12, 17, 19, 24, & 26, 2016 @ 8:00 PM – 9:30 PM ET
Online through a user friendly meeting portal called WebEx. You will receive sign ins and passwords after registration and also the class will go over detailed instructions on how to use this service during orientation.
What you’ll get:
- Full Access to the live Online School, get the traditional classroom experience from the comfort of your couch!
- All materials needed to complete the course
- Graduates will receive a certificate of completion after passing the final exam.
- Graduates will also get special discounts to upcoming webinars and In Person events.
Our mission is to provide quality training at the most affordable prices in the industry!
Claudia Villalba/ Federally Certified Interpreter
A graduate of Kean University, taught court interpretation at Rutgers University and Brookdale CC in the State of New Jersey where she worked for 10 years for the New Jersey Judiciary as a staff interpreter, and subsequently as the supervising court interpreter for the County of Middlesex where she also trained court interpreters. She has worked with the NCSC as a subject matter expert for over five years. She was also the supervising court interpreter for the 7th Judicial Circuit in the State of Florida. She is certified by the Administrative Office of the United States Courts as a Federally Certified Court Interpreter. She is also a Certified Court interpreter by the Florida Court Interpreter Certification Board.