Saturday June 2, 2018
10:00 am to 2:00 pm
Crowne Plaza LAX
5985 W Century Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90045
For all languages.
— Jesús Rivera, Spanish State and Federally Certified Court Interpreter
— Lorena Barrett, Spanish State and Federally Certified Court Interpreter
An overview of the elements of a deposition, its various dos and don’ts and tips when facing
challenges during these sometimes highly-charged judicial proceedings. For newly certified
interpreters who are just getting started or for those who’ve been doing it for a while
and want to share their experiences with the newer interpreters.
* Door registration: 80
|* Non-Member: $65||* Member: $45|
Should you interpret in the Consecutive or Simultaneous mode?
How should you handle an attorney who questions your interpretation?
What do you do if you are hired for a full day and the deposition only goes a few hours?
What if the deposition doesn’t go forward at all?
What should you do if they want you to be there 30 minutes earlier
as a courtesy arrival time?
Find out all the answers to these questions and many more at our 3-hour CIMCE approved
workshop for all languages. Plus a Q&A about interpreting in the private sector
after the class.
By taking this workshop, you will be supporting AIJIC and our goals (click here for more info)