This workshop, organized through the Northern California Translators Association (NCTA) will offer tips on how to prepare to take the California Court Interpreter Certification Exam.
The workshop will lead you to resources to prepare yourself as well as give you an opportunity to learn what itâ€™s like to be in the exam room. The skills and knowledge being tested and the criteria used to determine the pass level will also be discussed.
Recommendations will also be given for preparation for the written exam required before the candidate may advance to the oral exam.
NOTE: The exam is only offered for the following languages: Arabic, Armenian (Eastern), Armenian (Western), Cantonese, Japanese, Korean, Mandarin, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Tagalog, Vietnamese.
You can find more information about the California Court Interpreter Certification Exam on the website of the Judicial Council of California.
About the instructor: Corinne Cline, M.A., has been a Federal and State Certified Court Interpreter in Spanish for 30 years. She holds graduate degrees in Education and Latin American Studies from UCLA, where she also earned her Certificate of Court Interpreting. Formerly, she was the Director and Lead Instructor for the University of Massachusetts Court Interpreter Training Program and more recently has been teaching at Sonoma State University.
- When: Saturday April 25, 2009
- Where: Mechanicsâ€™ Institute Library, 57 Post St, San Francisco, CA
- Price: $45-85
For more information (registration etc.) please check the NCTA website.