Accuracy, Impediments to Compliance & Limitations of Practice: How to handle and prevent situations by knowing your Code of Ethics.
Join Maria Ceballos-Wallis for this 2-part ethics webinar series.
When was the last time you reviewed the interpreter code of ethics applicable to your sector of interpreting?
The interpreter Codes of Ethics:
- are all based on the same core principles with sector specific variations.
- include much more than a list of do’s and don’ts.
- include detailed information on the professional responsibilities of interpreters.
- answer many frequently asked questions through additional commentary.
- are designed to be used as a whole, with each canon complementing the other.
Continuing education credits are approved for the following states:
1.5 CEUs: TBA
Students can individually apply for CEUs in the following states by submitting all necessary information: DE, IA, KY, MD, MI, MS, NE
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concise and practical view of how ethics overlap in both fields
concise and practical view of how ethics overlap in both fieldsRead Less
This is a very comprehensive and clear explanation of what to expect when interpreting a Plea
This is a very comprehensive and clear explanation of what to expect when interpreting a PleaRead Less
What Do I Do Now? Part 2
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