COVID-19: The Impact of a Pandemic on Mental Health
Providing Mental Health Interventions for Patients and Healthcare Workers
Online Continuing Education Course
— Read on wildirismedicaleducation.com/courses/pandemics-mental-health-covid-19
Early Bird Registration: April 18, 2020 – Cincinnati Children’s Interpreting Conference
— Read on mailchi.mp/b7fc9eab2feb/save-the-date-april-18-2020-cincinnati-childrens-interpreting-conference-3031949
Workshop Schedule | National Center for Interpretation | University of Arizona
— Read on nci.arizona.edu/workshop-schedule
It is with great pleasure and excitement that the Spanish Language Division (SPD) of the American Translators Association (ATA), collaborating with the Association of Translators and Interpreters of Florida (ATIF), unveils the Preliminary Program of In Miami Spring Into Action 2020, hosted at the Miami Dade College Eduardo J. Padron Campus (MDCEPC) in Miami, Florida*, featuring Palabras Mayores, Dr. Alexander Rainof, Pablo…
— Read on ataspd.org/2020/01/07/inmiamisia2020-preliminary-program-unveiled/
Whether you are a certified interpreter or translator, a qualified language service professional or an aspiring newcomer, education is a vital part of your professional development. Below is a list of educational institutions, professional associations and other agencies that offer online continuing education opportunities. This list is by no means authoritative nor exhaustive nor is it in any particular order.
- International Medical Interpreters Association (IMIA)
- Certification Commission for Healthcare Interpreters (CCHI)
- Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (RID)
- American Translators Association (ATA)
- University of Arizona National Center for Interpretation (NCI)
- Southern California School for Interpreting
- Interpreter Education Online
- National Institue for Coordinated Healthcare (NICHC)
Are you a professional interpreter or translator? Where do you go for education and professional development? We’d love to hear from you. Drop us a line here.
Some of you have gotten back to us with your responses. Below are a list of the resources that you shared with us. Thank you and keep them coming!
Originally published on April 15, 2019.