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Continuing Education Credit

The ATA Annual Conference provides continuing education opportunities for both ATA-Certified Translators and Court-Certified Interpreters.

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attendance_certificate ATA-Certified Translators

The ATA Annual Conference has been approved for Continuing Education Points (CEPs). Earn one point for each hour of educational sessions attended, up to a maximum of 10 points.

To receive your CEPs, retain the Certificate of Attendance that you will receive in your conference totebag. (Sample only shown here.)




attendance_sheet Court-Certified Interpreters

The ATA Annual Conference has been submitted to the organizations listed below for continuing education credit for court-certified interpreters. To receive continuing education credit from a specific organization, you must contact that organization and follow the instructions they provide.

ATA provides an attendance sheet for you to keep track of which sessions you attend. This form is available at the ATA Onsite Registration Desk. (Sample only shown here.)



CCHI:
The Certification Commission for Healthcare Interpreters accepts as continuing education hours from its AHI™ and CHI™ certificants documentation of attending conference sessions that are beyond a beginner-level difficulty and align with any or all of the knowledge domains which define the job of a healthcare interpreter. LEARN MORE



IMIA:
The International Medical Interpreters Association has approved the Preconference Seminars (Nov. 6) for 0.6 continuing education credits and the Conference Sessions (Nov. 7-9) for 1.8 continuing education credits. Proof of attendance is required and credit will only be given for attending educational sessions in accordance to established guidelines. LEARN MORE


Kentucky:
The Kentucky Administrative Office of the Courts has approved the Preconference Seminars (Nov. 6) for six (6) continuing education credits and the Conference Sessions (Nov. 7-9) for thirteen-and-a-half (13.5) continuing education credits. Credit will only be given for attending sessions which have topics relevant to court procedures and court interpreting. Proof of attendance is required. LEARN MORE


NAJIT: The National Association of Judiciary Interpreters and Translators has approved the Preconference Seminars (Nov. 6) and the Conference Sessions (Nov. 7-9) for ten (10) continuing education credits. LEARN MORE


Nebraska:
The Nebraska Administrative Office of the Courts has approved the Preconference Seminars (Nov. 6) for six (6) continuing education credits and the Conference (Nov. 7-9) for ten (10) continuing education credits. Proof of attendance is required. LEARN MORE


New Mexico:
The New Mexico Administrative Office of the Courts has approved the Preconference Seminars (Nov. 6) for three (3) continuing education credits per seminar and the Conference Sessions (Nov. 7-9) for one (1) continuing education credit per session. Verification of attendance must be provided. LEARN MORE


Ohio:
The Ohio Language Services Program has approved the Preconference Seminars (Nov. 6) for six (6) continuing education credits and the Conference Sessions (Nov. 7-9) for up to twelve (12) continuing education credits. LEARN MORE


Oregon:
Oregon Court Interpreter Services has approved the Preconference Seminars (Nov. 6) and the Conference Sessions (Nov. 7-9) for up to twelve (12) continuing education credits. Credit will only be given for attending sessions which meet Oregon policy requirements. LEARN MORE


Pennsylvania: The Pennsylvania Court Interpreter Certification Program has approved the Preconference Seminars (Nov. 6) and the Conference Sessions (Nov. 7-9) for up to sixteen (16) continuing education credits. Credit will only be given for attending educational sessions, not business sessions. Proof of attendance is required. LEARN MORE


Texas: The Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation has granted continuing education course approval (1703-11065). Selected conference sessions were approved for "Practice Topics," "Business Practices," and "Ethics" continuing education credits. LEARN MORE


Tennessee: The Tennessee Administrative Office of the Courts has approved the Preconference Seminars (Nov. 6) and the Conference Sessions (Nov. 7-9) for thirty-five (35) General and seventeen (17) Foreign Language continuing education credits. LEARN MORE


Utah: The Utah Administrative Office of the Court Interpreting Program has approved the Preconference Seminars (Nov. 6) for up to six (6) continuing education credits and the Conference Sessions (Nov. 7-9) for up to twelve (12) continuing education credits. LEARN MORE


Washington: The Washington Administrative Office of the Courts has approved the Preconference Seminars (Nov. 6) for six (6) continuing education credits and the Conference Sessions (Nov. 7-9) for twelve (12) continuing education credits. LEARN MORE

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