Are you ready to become a federally certified interpreter? We can help you take the first big step: passing your English Written Exam. Join us for this 6-session class designed to prepare you to take the written portion of the Federal Court Interpreter Certification Exam for only $445!
This LIVE ONLINE course has a total of 9 contact hours and runs from 7 pm - 8:30 pm ET.
Students will be able to interact with their teacher and classmates in an online environment via a user-friendly software. All classes will be recorded and made available to the students within 24 hours as a reviewing resource for catching up or self-study sessions. If you have never taken an online class before, don’t worry! We host a separate orientation to make sure everyone is comfortable with accessing the course and to answer any questions.
- Take a practice written exam
- Review and study each section of the exam
- Receive feedback from a certified interpreter
- Improve vocabulary
Included in this course:
- All lesson materials and homework
- Access to class recordings and resources for up to 6 weeks after the last session
Take advantage of this opportunity to develop your knowledge on ethics with court-certified interpreters and instructors!
Continuing Education Credits by state (If your state is not currently listed- call us!):
FL, ID, NM, OR, PA, TN, UT
DE, IA, KY, MD, MI, MS: Student must submit course information to state.
July 6, 7, 8, 13, 14, 15
MANDATORY ORIENTATION: July 1st, 8:00 pm ET
Time for all classes: 8:00 pm – 9:30 pm ET
Format: LIVE online class
Questions? Call us: (407) 677-4155 or E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Athena Matilsky is a graduate of Rutgers University with a degree focusing in Spanish Interpretation and Translation. Through internship programs, specialized coursework and hours of self-study, she became a Certified Healthcare Interpreter, passed the NJ Spanish and French court interpreting exams, and achieved certification as a Federal Court Interpreter. She was a full-time staff interpreter for the NJ judiciary in Trenton for three years and was also editor-in-chief of NAJIT’s publication, Proteus.