There is still time to register for the Court Protocol Webinar to be held this Saturday, July 22 at 1 p.m. ET
Ethics I – Code of Ethics will explore the Code of Ethics of Professional Interpreters, compare different codes and analyze their cannons in detail.
Ethics II – Applied Ethics will deal with the practical application of the code of ethics. We will analyze different practical situations and dilemmas that come up when practicing as a court interpreter, in the courtroom and the corridors. We’ll talk about how to handle different situations. When to say NO, and How to say it.
The Ethics webinars will be offered on Sat. August 12 and August 19, for the first time. Each webinar is 1.5 hours.
Now you can sign up for our courses via Eventbrite by just clicking on the link to the course. This is a convenient method for you to pay by credit card. There is a small fee associated with this service.
We will continue to accept PayPal, and as an option for those who don’t like to do payments online, we can invoice upon request and will accept checks.
You can reserve a seat in the 12-week program by just paying $45 via Eventbrite. We will invoice for the balance. Your seat will be guaranteed as long as long as the balance is received 3 days prior to lesson 2.
More details in our newsletter. Stay tuned!
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Victoria Dopazo is a Federal and State Certified Court Interpreter with 17 years of experience in Court Interpreting and over 20 years of experience in teaching languages. Victoria obtained an English as Foreign Language teaching degree in her native country, Argentina. In addition to teaching in Argentina, Victoria has taught in Australia, Singapore and the United States. She holds certification as a court interpreter from NAJIT and has owned and operated language schools in Argentina and the United States. As director of The Language Institute, she has taught and coordinated courses and has managed translation and interpretation projects.
Please visit www.madaminterpreter.blogspot.com