CE points approved and in the works

The following State Courts approved our courses for CE units

  1. North Carolina
  2. Oregon * 
  3. Missouri
  4. Washington
  5. Michigan **
  6. Maryland
  7. Pennsylvania ***

Applications have been submitted to other states. Unless expressly stated on our website or blog, you can assume the approval has not been granted yet.

** Michigan does not endorse courses but will likely approve for CE units.

*“PA Interpreter Certification program has pre-approved webinars Theory 0.1 – Theory 0.6 for 1.5 CEUs each with the provider Victoria B. Dopazo, FCCI. Submission of individual pre-approval requests is not required. In order to get CEUs PA interpreters must submit certificates of attendance after the training”.

We are making efforts to get the courses approved by as many states as possible.

These are the Theory courses for which we requested and obtained approval from the states mentioned:

· Team Interpreting – 1.5 General Credits
· Ethics I – 1.5 Ethics Credits
· Ethics II – 1.5 Ethics Credits
· Court Protocol – 1.5 General Credits
· Tips for Exam Taking – 1.5 General Credits
· Use of Equipment – 1.5 General Credits

*“PA Interpreter Certification program has pre-approved webinars Theory 0.1 – Theory 0.6 for 1.5 CEUs each with the provider Victoria B. Dopazo, FCCI. Submission of individual pre-approval requests is not required. In order to get CEUs PA interpreters must submit certificates of attendance after the training”.

*Courses approved by Oregon:

· Team Interpreting – 1.5 General Credits
· Ethics I – 1.5 Ethics Credits
· Ethics II – 1.5 Ethics Credits
· Court Protocol – 1.5 General Credits
· Tips for Exam Taking – 1.5 General Credits
· Use of Equipment – 1.5 General Credits

ATA approved 10 CE points per level!

Great news. Court Interpreting Training Courses have been approved for CE points by ATA. Each level qualifies for 10 CE points. Certificates stating this will be issued to those who attend all the webinars scheduled per level. Total hours per level is 15 but 10 is the maximum granted by ATA.