The Gray Areas of Interpreting: When Ethics are not Black and White
Presented by Marcela Renna and Sara Gardner
Date: Saturday, September 16, 2017
Time: 9:00am to 4:00pm (lunch not provided)
Location: Johnson County Community College, 12345 College Blvd., Overland Park, KS
Reigner Center 183
Have you ever been in court or with an attorney where an ethical situation arose without a simple black and white answer and wondered what you should do? This workshop will familiarize you with the Code of Ethics for court interpreters, introduce mechanisms for addressing ethical dilemmas and put those tools into practice through peer discussions and exercises led by Federally Certified court interpreter Marcela Renna and State Certified court interpreter Sara Gardner. This workshop is worth 6 hours of continuing education units as per OSCA requirements.
This 6-hour Ethics for Court Interpreters workshop includes:
- Review of the Code of Ethics for court interpreters
- Interactive ethical dilemmas and peer discussions
- What’s the right course of action to take when the ethical dilemma is not a simple black and white situation?
- End-of-day quiz
This workshop is free to current MICATA members. Please fill out the form below to reserve your spot.
Non-MICATA members may attend after completing the New Individual Member Registration Form, which requires an annual fee of $25. After completing the new MICATA member registration please return to this page to reserve your spot in this workshop by filling out the form below.