In-Person Seminar - $349
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Our next seminar for Texas Licensed Court Interpreters (LCIs) will be held in-person on Friday, November 10, from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM Central Time. This seminar is composed of 2 hours of ethics and 6 hours of non-ethics material. This 8-hour seminar has been approved by JBCC and appears on their "Online Course Search" page.
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Hotel Information:

Drury Inn & Suites San Antonio Near La Cantera Parkway
15806 IH-10 West
San Antonio, TX 78249
Hotel Phone: (210) 696-0800 or (800) 325-0720
Meeting Room: San Diego 119
Sleeping Room Rate: 2 Queen Bed Deluxe - Group Rate $134, use booking link
Cutoff Date: Tuesday, October 10, 2023
Group Rate No.: 10082027 Booking Link

Things to keep in mind

Light lunch is included
Payment can be made on site
Credit cards accepted using PayPal
Payment automatically reserves your space! - No need to register
In-Person CE Seminar offers 8 (of 16) credit hours required by JBCC for LCI's
Fully refundable up until 10:00 a.m. the day of the conference

Brief Overview of Seminar

  • What's New In 2023

    Attendees may comment regarding changes and trends observed in their respective work environments and the translation and interpretation industry.

  • Vocabulary

    Are you familiar with some of the terms being used in today's world? Place Lag and Phubbing are just a couple, there are more! Source language to target language of newer terms, how? Suggested solutions discussed.

  • Artificial Intelligence

    The impact of artificial intelligence on the translation and interpretation services sector is enormous. How is it being used in the industry? What are the future implications of its application?

  • Ethics

    This two-hour segment deals with Ethics, Statues, Rules and Resources for Licensed Court Interpreters. Real life situations are considered for application of the Best Practices and Code of Ethics.

  • Expert Testimony

    Most court interpreters will have to interpret, sooner or later, the testimony of an expert witness. What terms are used in expert witness testimony of fingprint analysis? What about weapons which vary in function and caliber operation?

  • Written Translation

    Rendering written material from one language into the spoken word of another language can be a challenge. Learn key strategies for document translation, especially within the judicial setting - presented in a group discussion and exercise.

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