Interpreting in legal settings can often be intimidating for novice interpreters, interpreters accustomed to school and healthcare environments or those who are unfamiliar with the Federal and Texas court systems. This 3-hour course provides a basic overview of the types of courts in which an interpreter works the structure of the court system, the expectations for court interpreters, legal terminology and hands-on practice of terms and skills through pair and group work or role play.
This is a self-paced recorded web-based training
The 40-hour introductory course is designed by TIN to train bilingual individuals in the basic mechanics and techniques of interpreting. Each session provides extensive information on interpreting methods, roles, professionalism and ethics, cultural considerations, and the varied contexts in which interpreters are often called upon to work.
40-hour course (Attendance for all 5 days is required)
This is a Self-paced WEB BASED TRAINING
5 day training (40-hour): 8am to 5pm