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USEFUL TIPS FOR INTERPRETERS

  • Jury Selection Vocabulary

    “Mental disability,” “accommodation,” “serve in the military,” “spare time,” and “give weight to testimony” are terms that frequently come up during jury selection. Check out Interpretrain’s Spanish equivalents for those terms.
  • Memorize the Meanings of Prefixes and Suffixes

    We found these awesome flashcards that can help you memorize the meanings of prefixes and suffixes, so you can becomes an etymology Sherlock Holmes!
  • Free Sight Translation Training

    Learn simple tips to improve your skills.
  • Spanish equivalents for terms that frequently appear in jury selection

    Court Interpreter Certification Training: Jury Selection Vocabulary
  • Mortgage Terminology

    Court Interpreter Oral Exam Training: Learn English and Spanish Mortgage Vocabulary
  • Criminal Court Vocabulary

    Legal Interpreter Training: Learn Criminal Court Vocabulary
  • Note-Taking Practice for Consecutive Interpreting

    Interpreter Training: Practice Note-Taking for Consecutive Interpretation
  • SPIN THE WHEEL TO LEARN SOME NEW NOTE-TAKING SYMBOLS

    Learn some new note-taking symbols by spinning the wheel.
  • Control the Speed of Your Interpreter Training Practice

    Want to slow down or speed up an audio practice? Check out this application to get the most out of your next training session 
  • How to express yourself clearly when challenged with an ethical dilemma

    Court Interpreter Training: Learn how to use the IRAC model to express yourself clearly when challenged with an ethical dilemma. 
  • Court Interpreter Training: Learn English and Spanish Plea Vocabulary

    Dealing with lots of pleas? This short video will help you learn great options to interpret English and Spanish terms that frequently come up in those types of criminal court proceedings.

  • How to activate the simultaneous interpreting function in Zoom

    Interpretating remotely? This interpreter training video might help.

    In it, we go over:

    1) How to activate the simultaneous interpreting function on your Zoom account

    2) How to schedule a meeting using such function

    3) How to invite an interpreter to the meeting (or set yourself as the interpreter)

    4) How to invite participants to the meeting

    We hope you find it useful.