Court Interpreting Skills - Part I

Course Code: FRNL-1076

Course Description

Court Interpreting is a two part course presenting interpreting skills for individuals who are fluent in English and Spanish and students must take the courses in order. This course focuses on simultaneous and consecutive interpreting and sight translation in court settings. It will include roles, responsibilities, and ethics of the court interpreter, protocol and procedures for effectively working with judges, attorneys, and respondents to avoid conflicts of interest, and legal terminology. Information about licensing and certification for court interpreters will also be provided. The course “Court Interpreting: Part 1” is a prerequisite for this course.

2020 Spring Semester
Highland Business Center
Feb 5th - Apr 15th
W @ 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
22 Seats Avail.

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