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ATA-Certified Translators

attendance_certificate 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.)




Court-Certified Interpreters

attedance_sheet 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.)


California: The California Administrative Office of the Courts has approved specific Preconference Seminars (Oct. 24) and specific sessions of the Conference (Oct. 25-27) for continuing education credits. Once posted by the Judicial Council, you will be able to view which sessions were approved and their CIMCE number by clicking here.

Colorado:
The Colorado Court Interpreter Program, through the State Court Administrator's Office, has approved the Preconference Seminars (Oct. 24) for three (3) continuing education credits per session and the Conference (Oct. 25-27) for sixteen (16) continuing education credits.

Florida: The Florida Court Interpreter Certification and Regulation Program has approved the Preconference Seminars (Oct. 24) and the Conference (Oct. 25-27) for twenty (20) continuing education credits. Credit will only be given for attending educational sessions, not business sessions.

IMIA:
The International Medical Interpreters Association has approved the Preconference Seminars (Oct. 24) and the Conference (Oct. 25-27) for nineteen (19) hours of instruction, equivalent to 1.95 IMIA continuing education credits. Credit will only be given for attending educational sessions.

Kentucky:
The Kentucky Administrative Office of the Courts has approved the Preconference Seminars (Oct. 24) for six (6) continuing education credits and the Conference (Oct. 25-27) 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.

NAJIT: The National Association of Judiciary Interpreters and Translators has approved the Preconference Seminars (Oct. 24) and the Conference (Oct. 25-27) for ten (10) continuing education credits.

Nebraska:
The Nebraska Administrative Office of the Courts has approved the Preconference Seminars (Oct. 24) for six (6) continuing education credits and the Conference (Oct. 25-27) for ten (10) continuing education credits. Proof of attendance is required.

Nevada:
Application is pending.

New Mexico:
The New Mexico Administrative Office of the Courts has approved the Preconference Seminars (Oct. 24) for six (6) continuing education credits and the Conference (Oct. 25-27) for twelve (12) continuing education credits.

Ohio:
Ohio has approved the Preconference Seminars (Oct. 24) for six (6) continuing education credits and the Conference (Oct. 25-27) for up to twelve (12) continuing education credits.

Oregon:
Oregon Court Interpreter Services has approved the Preconference Seminars (Oct. 24) and the Conference (Oct. 25-27) for up to twelve (12) continuing education credits. Credit will only be given for attending sessions which meet Oregon policy requirements.

Pennsylvania: The Pennsylvania Court Interpreter Certification Program has approved the Preconference Seminars (Oct. 24) and the Conference (Oct. 25-27) for up to sixteen (16) continuing education credits. Credit will only be given for attending educational sessions, not business sessions.

Tennessee: The Tennessee Administrative Office of the Courts has approved the Preconference Seminars (Oct. 24) and the Conference (Oct. 25-27) for twenty-four (24) foreign-language credits and sixteen (16) continuing education credits.

Utah: The Utah Administrative Office of the Court Interpreting Program has approved the Preconference Seminars (Oct. 24) for up to six (6) continuing education credits and the Conference (Oct. 25-27) for up to twelve (12) continuing education credits.

Washington: The Washington Administrative Office of the Courts has approved the Preconference Seminars (Oct. 24) for six (6) continuing education credits and the Conference (Oct. 25-27) for fourteen-and-a-half (14.5) continuing education credits.
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