NOTIS and Community Interpreter Division present Glands and Note taking Glands: a Workshop for Healthcare Interpreters Hormones. We talk a lot about them, but do we know where they come from? This three-hour training i... [Read More]
Teamwork involves advance preparation and collaboration to manage and adapt to the needs of interpreted interactions, to gain closure post-assignment, and to apply new understandings to future interactions. Participants ... [Read More]
What distinguishes civil law from criminal law? What relationship holds between “common law” and civil law? Acquire a Basic Legal Repertoire, or add to yours ,with Sedro-Woolley City Attorney Patrick Hayden, also... [Read More]
Join Kveta Morgan, Washington State Court Registered, Medical and Social Services Interpreter, for a discussion of current ethical issues which both experienced and inexperienced interpreters face “out on the field” ... [Read More]
Medical Interpreter in Behavioral Health Increase your knowledge of behavioral health treatments and settings, and your ability to effectively interpret for clients with mental health needs. This course provides an intro... [Read More]
Legal Division 2019 When: 30 Mar 2019 1:00 PM, PDT Where: Redmond Senior Center, Redmond EVENT DETAILS: The Legal Division of the Northwest Translators and Interpreters Society (NOTIS) presents: Code of Pro... [Read More]
NOTIS’ Community Interpreters Division presents Interpreting for Chemical Dependency and Pain Management The purpose of this six-hour workshop is to introduce healthcare interpreters to medical terminology specificall... [Read More]
NOTIS Community Interpreters Division presents Interpreting for Occupational, Physical, and Speech Therapies Have you ever noticed that interpreting for therapies has unique challenges? Where do you stand? Should you use... [Read More]
NOTIS Community Interpreters Division presents Interpreting for Ethically Difficult Situations Medical encounters are sometimes very challenging! In addition to knowing terminology, the interpreter has to take into consi... [Read More]
Webinar: Anatomy of a Deposition and How to Master This Niche By Elena Langdon Intended for experienced interpreters who want to branch out to a new area, this one-hour webinar will outline the procedures, expectations, ... [Read More]
Workshop: Legal Interpreters Issues in the Washington State Court of Appeals Instructor: Jaye Stover M.A. Washington State Court Certified Interpreter Credits:This class was approved for one Court Interpreter Continui... [Read More]
Workshop: Washington State Court of Appeals Instructor: Thomas E. Seguine Credits:This class was approved for two Performance Continuing Education Credits from the Washington State Administrative Office of the Court... [Read More]
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