• Weightlifting for Court Interpreters Presents:

    LEGAL INTERPRETER ETHICS

  • Interpreters working in the courts must be aware of and abide by a code of ethics consistently. In this course, participants analyze real situations and measure them against established interpreter codes of ethics.  The discussion is sure to get lively! Participants can expect to come away with a fuller understanding of their ethical responsibilities. Open to legal interpreters of all experience levels; especially recommended for certified interpreters seeking to fulfill Ethics Continuing Education requirement.

    ONLY $200

    ENROLL

    Class Begins In April! We have more dates coming in July and in October. If those dates are more convenient for  your schedule- sign up to our the waiting list below. You’ll not only be the first to register once the dates become available, you’ll receive a special early bird discounted rate. 

    July Dates- Waiting List

    October Dates- Waiting List

  • BEGINS April 6th!

    When:

    Orientation is required and will take place April 6th @ 8:00 PM Eastern for 30-45 minutes

     

    Tuesday April  11th @ 8:00 PM ET

    Thursday April 13th @ 8:00 PM ET

    Tuesday April 18th @8:00 PM ET

    Where:

    Online through a user friendly meeting portal. 

    Price:

    Our mission is to provide quality training at the most affordable prices in the industry!

    Only $200

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    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 are eligible to fulfill the Ethics Continuing Education Requirements by taking this course. 
    • Graduates will also get special discounts to upcoming webinars and In Person events.
  • James Plunkett/ Federally Certified Interpreter

    James W. Plunkett, III is a nationally-known interpreter and instructor. He also trains new judges and court staff on how to work with court interpreters. He is certified by the AOUSC as a Spanish and English court interpreter. He is a rater for a national credentialing program for interpreters. He worked as a court interpreter for the 13th Judicial Circuit in Florida for seven years and became a senior interpreter there in 1998. Since 2008, he has taught interpreting skills and FCICE-preparation courses online through De la Mora Interpreter Training. He speaks and trains at state court interpreter programs nationwide. He holds a BA degree in General Social Studies from Providence College.  He was raised in Lima, Peru. He also communicates in Portuguese, some French and basic American Sign Language.

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