Educational settings have unique demands. From domain-specific vocabulary to acronyms and specialized terminology, being able to understand the unique language used in educational settings is a challenge that interpreters must overcome. Gain the confidence you need in order to interpret for educators and LEP families and children.
The course includes:
Mireya Pérez began her interpreting career as a certified medical interpreter. She worked in a general and children's hospital and spent almost 10 years as a staffed interpreter in a K-12 public education school district, where she championed the vital role of Trained Interpreters in Education. With a Master's in Communications, Mireya is committed to advocating for trained interpreters and continuing to elevate the voices and stories of language professionals worldwide.
This course is for fully bilingual individuals who have completed interpreter training courses and are certified or qualified as professional interpreters, or are court-eligible interpreters.