Our Webinars

These two courses will be held on Saturdays from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM CST via Zoom.us.
Each webinar is composed of 1 hour of ethics and 3 hours of non-ethics material.
These 4-hour webinars are approved by JBCC and appear on their "Online Course Search" page.
You can search our provider name VERBO.us on their website.

Webinar 1

  • Date: November 7, 2020
  • Time: 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM CST
  • Length: 4 hours
  • Location: Zoom.us
  • Credit type: 1 hour ethics / 3 hours non-ethics
  • Approved by JBCC in Texas
  • Webinar 2

  • Date: November 14, 2020
  • Time: 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM CST
  • Length: 4 hours
  • Location: Zoom.us
  • Credit type: 1 hour ethics / 3 hours non-ethics
  • Approved by JBCC in Texas
  • Things to keep in mind

    Webinars cost $139 each.
    Webinars are not identical (different material). Taking both provides 8.0 credits.
    Pay online with a credit card or by check.
    A certificate of attendance will be provided upon payment and completion of course.
    Presenters are certified by the Administrative Office of the United States Courts and the National Center for State Courts.

    Overview Of Both Webinars

    • What's going on 2020: ¿Qué sucede?

      We invite comments regarding changes and trends observed in work environments and the interpretation industry during the pandemic.

    • Transcription

      Audio and video material is frequently used in the courtroom. This portion deals with the current methods for transcription and translation.

    • Ethics

      Statues, Rules and Resources for Licensed Court Interpreters. Real life situations are considered for application of the Best Practices and Code of Ethics

    • How does the public view you?

      In the interest of promoting a favorable and appreciated relationship with the public, we examine ways to maintain professionalism.

    • Outside of the Courthouse

      How to handle court-ordered psychological/medical evaluations, home-studies, child placement initiatives, arbitration, mediation and depositions.

    • Working by Video

      During COVID-19, a number of courts hold hearings by video. Our suggestions on how to use common videoconference applications and best service practices to serve the courts

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