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Start 2020 with a great workshop and earn your ATA, CIMCE, CCHI and MBCMI CE credits and points! Description: This 6-hour workshop is a special opportunity for interpreters to learn to work in the fast-changing field of pediatric genetics, using a new curriculum designed by Cynthia Roat in collaboration with the American College of Medical Genetics and Genomics. This workshop introduces basic concepts in genetics, introduces the providers on the genetic services team, walks through what to expect in a…Find out more »
Due to limited room capacity, we asked that you please RSVP! If you haven't RSVPed and show up the day of, we cannot guarantee a seat. Unfortunately, we have reached maximum capacity on RSVPs. If you are unable to attend, please let us know so we can assign your seat to another person. There will be a writeup summarizing the meeting that will be posted on this site and on Translorial.com.
An overview of AB 5, the latest developments impacting our professions, where we are now and where we are headed. The presenter(s) will provide guidance on how attendees can do their part and share reports from colleague meetings with their local lawmakers. The session will also have a Q&A period.
Registration has been postponed due to Covid-19 at this point. We're working on finding an alternative date or another solution. Thanks for your patience.Find out more »
NCTA has always preferred to hold face-to-face events but as you know, it is no longer possible at the moment. We'd like to invite you to the first Virtual General Meeting next Saturday at 2 pm, directly from home. We would like to count on your presence so we can check-in on how NCTA members are coping with these uncertain times. We mainly want to know how you are and to hear from you! We will host our meeting on…Find out more »
NCTA will host a computerized ATA Certification Exam in San Francisco, space is limited. For details and to register, please visit the ATA website. Update regarding Covid-19: The exam had to be cancelled at this point due to the Covid-19 epidemic.Find out more »
*This webinar will also offer useful information for translators Because English language learners are the fastest-growing segment of students in K-12 public schools, the ability to communicate with families in their home languages has become an even greater local, state, and national concern. In recent years, more and more educational organizations are recognizing the need for interpreters and translators who are knowledgeable of the complexities of educational settings. Nowhere is the need greater than in Special Education, particularly in IEP…Find out more »