Court vs. Medical Interpreter Ethics (Language Neutral)

The National Center for Interpretation is pleased to announce a webinar designed for legal and medical interpreters of all languages!  Registration for this webinar is only $25!

This webinar has been approved for CEUs in CA, CO,  and the ATA, and is pending in FL.

Interpreters working in both court and medical settings are governed by strong ethical codes.  While these codes are similar, they are not identical, and their application can vary dramatically.  This webinar compares and contrasts the ethical standards governing medical and court interpreters and illustrates their application in real world scenarios.  This 3-hour language neutral webinar is taught entirely in English and is open to interpreters in all languages.

This webinar is live and instructor-led. Participants are required to actively participant in the workshop. This workshop is designed to familiarize you with the Code of Ethics for court interpreters. Through discussions and exercises with the trainer and other participants, you will acquire the tools to successfully navigate situations where ethical considerations are at stake.

 

Instructor:  Joshua Elliott, FCCI, CHI, is currently the Executive Officer for the Office of Language Access at the Kentucky Administrative Office of the Courts.

Saturday, September 26, 2020 - 10:00 to 1:00 PDT

Location: 

Online