Agustin de la Mora
About the instructor
Agustín Servin de la Mora is the president of DE LA MORA Interpreter Training. He was born and raised in Mexico City, Mexico, and has been a professional freelance and staff interpreter for the last 28 years. He is one of the Supervisor Raters for the National Center for State Courts and has been a lead rater for the federal and consortium oral exams for court interpreters. He was the lead interpreter for the Ninth Judicial Circuit for over a decade, served as member of the Project Advisory Committee responsible for the creation of the National Standards for Healthcare Interpreter Training Programs for the NCIHC. He was a member of the Florida Court Interpreter Certification Board and a voting member of the Technical Committee of the National Consortium for Interpreter Certification. He is a state- and federally-certified court interpreter, as well as a certified medical interpreter. He has been a consultant for the Administrative Offices of the State Courts, conducting orientation seminars and advanced skills workshops for interpreters in at least 15 states. He has been featured as a speaker and presenter in several national conventions, including those of NAJIT, ATA, IMIA, and NASCA.
As legal and/or medical interpreter's, the approach to delivering a client's message will differ in many ways. This webinar delves into the intricate definition of court-ordered mental evaluations that often cause the legal and medical fields to overlap. Interpreters will learn the method in which they should approach the situation and how the differences in either field will affect the client along with the interpreter.
This course has been approved for continuing education credits in the following states:
2.5 Credits: CA, OR, TN, TX, UT, WI (More TBA)
This course is eligible for continuing education credits in the following states (student is required to submit necessary information): DE, IA, KY, MD, MI, MS, NE
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