Thursday, August 2, 2007

Nebraska Association of Translators and Interpreters

The Nebraska Association of Translators and Interpreters kicks off its conference at Bellevue University today.

The 4:30 pm reception will include roundtable discussions on the following topics, hosted by subject matter experts:
  • Current issues in Title VI Compliance for Limited English Proficient (LEP) Populations
  • Freelance interpreting and how to start your own business
  • Heritage speakers and the interpreting profession
  • Interpreting for corrections and law enforcement
  • Interpreting in the courts
  • Interpreting in domestic violence cases
  • Interpreting in the educational field
  • Interpreting in the medical field
  • Judicial interpreting exam for the state/consortium certification
  • Language proficiency assessment
  • Recent events in the development of medical certification
  • Topics in translation
The conference is co-sponsored by:

Nebraska Supreme Court Interpreter Program

Nebraska Office on Minority Health

NAJIT - National Association of Judiciary Interpreters and Translators

Learn more about NATI here.

Thanks to the kindness of NATI leaders and NATI conference presenters, flyers for the From Our Lips to Your Ears project will be distributed at this event.

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