Registration for JBCC-approved court interpreting workshop now open

Sign up now for our JBCC-approved court interpreting workshop, “Ethics & Brain Function, Multilingualism and Memory for Court Interpreters.” The workshop will be held on June 22, 2019 in Austin.

This JBCC-approved court interpreting workshop that will enable interpreters licensed by the Texas Judicial Branch Certification Commission (JBCC) to earn 8 hours of continuing education credit, including 2 hours of ethics education.

The ethics portion will be a review of the Code of Ethics and best practices for spoken language interpreting in Texas courts, plus “What should I do if…”  – a discussion on situations that may arise in court and what the interpreter should do in those situations. The other 6 hours will be on “The Brain and Its functions, Memory and Multilingualism,” which will deal with how multilingual brains and memory work, plus tips on improving concentration and memory. Download workshop flyer

The workshop will be in English and will be language-neutral. This workshop is intended mainly for court interpreters licensed by the Texas Judicial Branch Certification Commission who are seeking to fulfill their JBCC continuing education requirement, but will also be useful for interpreters preparing to take the JBCC licensing exam or the federal court interpreter certification exam.

JBCC-licensed interpreters will earn 8 CE hours.

ATA-certified translators will earn 8 CE points (approval pending).

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Space is limited – Register today!