Updated December 27, 2019

Check it out. We have CE credits for the 2020 translation course!

The Oregon Courts granted 10 hours of Language Specific CE credits. In Washington State, both the Courts and WA DSHS granted 44 hours. Keep an eye on this page for CE credits and course overview!

Who usually attends our trainings?

Many court interpreters attend. That is why this year we will not only request court interpreting CE credits, but also include translations that are requested in legal settings are part of our practice texts.

Medical interpreters join us as well. We will include a couple of medical texts as well.

Even though ATA no longer tests the specialized fields, translators still work in these areas, and problem-solving terminology issues that come up in the areas of our daily work will help us prepare for the test as well.

See you in class!