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Finding the Parallels Awarded Continuing Education Points
A conference by de la Mora Interpreter Training
Orlando, FL – June 2013 – An application has been approved by the Court Interpreter Certification and Regulation Program for Continuing Interpreter Education (CIE) credit granting eligible attendees 14.4 CIEs (5.4 are Ethics) by the Florida State Courts. The American Translators Association and the National Association of Judiciary Interpreters and Translators have each granted eligible attendees 10 CEUs.
The conference targets health care and legal service providers who currently serve or plan to serve Limited English Proficiency and non-English speakers, as well as interpreting professionals interested in migrating in either direction. The boutique event will be held August 16-18, 2013 in Orlando, FL.
The cast of speakers includes renowned representatives from both the legal and medical interpreting arenas: Izabel Arocha, Rob Cruz, Agustín de la Mora, Armando Ezquerra Hasbun, Ed Hart, Giovanna Lester, Holly Mikkelson, Natalya Mytareva, James Plunkett, and Claudia Villalba, with in person and remote appearances.
de la Mora Interpreter Training is offering one Fernando A. Ortega Scholarship for Excellence to eligible applicants wishing to attend “Finding the Parallels: Interpreting in Medical and Judicial Settings”. One winner, as selected by the Board of Conference Organizers, will win free registration to the conference. We invite you to submit an application by following the link above.
For sponsorship and exhibitor opportunities please call Antonella Pagani at (407) 677 4155. Learn more about the speakers, the event and take advantage of early-bird registration at http://www.interpreter-training.com/DLMIT/Conference-Scholarship.asp.
About de la Mora Interpreter Training – The force behind the de la Mora Interpreter Training is Agustín de la Mora, founder. Since 1998, de la Mora Interpreter Training (www.interpreter-training.com/#) has served language professionals by providing them training, educational opportunities and guidance. In keeping with its commitment, de la Mora brings this event to health care and legal stakeholders to ensure a smooth transition into the requirements of equal language access.