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CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDIT

ATA57 provides continuing education opportunities for both ATA-Certified Translators and Court-Certified Interpreters.

ATA-Certified Translators

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Sessions of the ATA Annual Conference will be approved for Continuing Education Points (CEPs). Earn one CEP for each session attended, up to a maximum of 10 CEPs. Earn an additional 3 CEPs for each AST course attended. To receive your CEPs, retain the Certificate of Attendance.

Your personalized Certificate of Attendance is now available!
To download or print your certificate, just follow these steps:

  1. Click this link: https://www.atanet.org/conf/login.php
  2. Login using the username and password provided for the ATA57 App. Your login info can be found on your conference badge, as well as in several emails previously sent. If you cannot find your login info, please email Cathy Taguding at cathy@atanet.org.

Court-Certified Interpreters

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Sessions of the ATA Annual Conference have been submitted to the organizations listed below for continuing education credit for court and medical interpreters in need of CEs. Select AST courses have also been submitted for credit.

For your convenience, ATA provides an attendance sheet to help you keep track of which sessions you attend. This form is available at the ATA Help Desk. (Sample only shown here.)

How do you receive credit?
To receive credit from a specific organization, you must contact that organization and follow the instructions they provide. To learn which organizations have approved sessions, see below.

  • California Judicial Council Court Interpreters Program: Approved AST Courses (Nov 2) for 3.0 CE credits per course and Conference Sessions (Nov 3-5) for 1.0 CE credit per session. Credit will only be given for attending approved sessions which meet program criteria. Learn More
  • CCHI: Approved accreditation for AST Courses (Nov 2) for 3.0 CE credits per course and Conference Sessions (Nov 3-5) for 1.0 CE credits per course. CCHI has posted the full list of approved sessions. Learn More
  • Colorado Judicial Department Office of Language Access: Approved AST Courses (Nov 2) and Conference Sessions (Nov 3-5) for 1.0 CE credit per 1.0 hour of instruction as per established policy. Credit will only be given for attending approved related educational sessions. Proof of attendance is required. Learn More
  • Delaware Court Interpreter Program: Approved AST Courses (Nov 2) for 1.0 CE credit per 1.0 hour (maximum 3.0 credits) and Conference Sessions (Nov 3-5) for up to 12.0 CE credits. Credit will only be given for attending designated topics and language-specific sessions which are in compliance. Proof of attendance must be submitted to the program coordinator within 30 days. Learn More
  • Florida Court Interpreter Certification and Regulation Program: Approved AST Courses (Nov 2) and Conference Sessions (Nov 3-5) for up to 20 CIE credits (up to 16 credits for the current compliance cycle; a maximum of 4.0 credits in excess of the 16 may be carried over to the subsequent compliance cycle). Credit will only be given for educational sessions, not for business sessions. Proof of attendance is required. Learn More
  • IMIA: Approved AST Courses (Nov 2) and Conference Sessions (Nov 3-5) for 3.7 CEUs for instruction that is directly beneficial to the certified medical interpreter. Proof of attendance is required for credit to be given in accordance to IMIA established guidelines. Learn More
  • Kentucky Administrative Office of the Courts: Approved AST Courses (Nov 2) and Conference Sessions (Nov 3-5) for one 1.0 CE credit per one 1.0 hour of instruction related to language, law, and specialized interpreting topics. Proof of attendance and CE approval form is required. Learn More
  • Nebraska Administrative Office of the Courts: Approved AST Courses (Nov 2) for 1.0 CE credit per 1.0 hour and Conference Sessions (Nov 3-5) for 1.0 CE credit per 1.0 hour of instruction related to language, law, and specialized interpreting topics attended. Proof of attendance is required. Learn More
  • New Mexico Administrative Office of the Courts: Approved AST Courses (Nov 2) for 3.0 CE credits per course and Conference Sessions (Nov 3-5) for 1.0 CE credit per approved session. which have topics relevant to court procedures and court interpreting. Proof of attendance is required. Learn More
  • Ohio Language Services Program: Approved AST Courses (Nov 2) for 6.0 CIE credit hours and Conference Sessions (Nov 3-5) for 16 CIE credit hours. Credit will only be given in accordance to established guidelines. Proof of attendance is required. Learn More
  • Oregon Court Language Access Services: Approved AST Courses (Nov 2) and Conference Sessions (Nov 3-5) according to policy requirements. Proof of attendance is required. Learn More
  • Pennsylvania Court Interpreter Certification Program: Approved AST Courses (Nov 2) and Conference Sessions (Nov 3-5) for up to 12 CE credits. Credit will only be awarded for attending educational sessions, not business sessions. Submission of the CE Approval form and proof of attendance is required. Learn More
  • Texas Judicial Branch Certification Commission: Application is being reviewed. Information will be posted when available.
  • Tennessee Administrative Office of the Courts: Approved AST Courses (Nov 2) and Conference Sessions (Nov 3-5) for 24 General CE credits and 22 Foreign Language CE credits for selected educational sessions. Proof of attendance is required. Learn More
  • Utah Administrative Office of the Court Interpreting Program: Approved AST Courses (Nov 2) and Conference Sessions (Nov 3-5) for 1.0 CE credit per 1.0 hour of instruction for designated topics which are in compliance with policy requirements. Learn More
  • Washington Court Interpreter Program: Approved AST Courses (Nov 2) for 3.0 CE credits and Conference Sessions (Nov 3-5) for up to 12 CE credits (general credits). Proof of attendance and compliance to requirements, policies, and procedures are required. Learn More
  • Other States and Organizations: At this time, the following do NOT require certified court interpreters to earn CEs: Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Minnesota, Mississippi, National Association of Judiciary Interpreters and Translators (NAJIT), New York, North Carolina, and South Carolina.