Course Description

DE LA MORA's Signature Court Interpreter Program helps prepare future court interpreters for the State Oral Exam. This is a foundational course for interpreters at all levels of experience. Students can expect to learn DLMII’s signature approach to successful practice and planning to reach desired goals.

This is a language specific training for Korean speakers.

Or check out other language specific options: 

Mandarin

Korean

ASL

What you will learn

  • The Kolb Learning Cycle

  • Weightlifting for Interpreters™

  • Consecutive interpretation advanced techniques

  • Sight translation, memory, and organization

  • Simultaneous interpretation decalage, and more

Who should attend

Bilingual individuals who have a high level of proficiency in both of their working languages (Korean) and wish to become certified interpreters at the state level.

Skill Level: Foundational

Language: Korean

Specialization: State level court interpretation

New to the interpreting? check out our FAQ page to learn the answer to important questions like: What does an interpreter do? and What are the requirements to become an interpreter in my state?

FAQ's for Future Interpreters


Classes begin March 5th, 2022! Seating is limited

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Class Schedule

This 9 hour training will take place in a virtual classroom via the Zoom video conferencing platform.

The class schedule is on Saturdays as follows: 

Dates: 2022: March 5, 12, 19

Time: 11 AM - 2:00 PM EST

Jacki Noh

Jacki Noh is an interpreter, translator, trainer, and voice talent, with 35 years’ experience. She has been a member of International Association of Conference Interpreters (AIIC) since 1998, served on the Judicial Council of California Court Interpreters Advisory Panel (CIAP), and served on the boards of the American Translators Association (ATA) and Northern California Translators Association (NCTA). She is listed with the US Department of State as an approved conference interpreter and is a California State Certified Court Interpreter. She has interpreted throughout the world. She holds a Master of Arts in Conference Interpretation (MACI) from Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey (formerly Monterey Institute of International Studies - MIIS) and has a BA from University of California at Berkeley.

Course curriculum

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    Resources

    • Resources

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    Join Classroom

    • Join Live Zoom Meeting

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    Class Recordings

    • Class Recordings

Who We Are

DE LA MORA Institute of Interpretation is a fully remote online school that trains legal and medical interpreters to work in their respective fields.

DLMII was founded in 1998 by Agustín Servin de la Mora from the vision and core belief that interpretation as a chosen profession deserved better educational options. We are constantly striving to stay ahead of the trends and learning styles prevalent in today’s interpreting field through various formats including in-person seminars, live online instruction, and self-paced education.

Our mission is to foster understanding and communication through exceptional interpreter education and development, and to advance professional interpretation standards worldwide.

Our vision is to become the most accessible interpreter education platform in the world.