Legal Interpretation: Spanish Certificate Program Application New

This is not an actual course. This is the program application to state you are pursuing this certificate program.

The Legal Interpretation: Spanish Certificate Program helps to train bilingual students for the profession of certified court interpreter, a profession much in demand given the linguistic diversity of the state of Nevada. This unique program can also prepare qualified students for a career as a certified interpreter for any industry that needs to serve individuals with limited English skills, including government agencies, corporations, hospitals and telecoms. Bilingual persons already employed in another capacity can increase their skills and their remuneration with this formal interpreting certification.
PREREQUISITE: Students must be fluent in Spanish and English and must provide proof of proficiency in both languages. Students can submit one of following documents below or can take the Oral Proficiency Interview by Computer (OPIc) placement exam through Language Testing International. The ACTFL OPIc is a 30-minute speaking test delivered online or over the phone. The OPIc assesses proficiency across the entire ACTFL scale. The cost of the proficiency test is $95 and can be done from home or at the UNLV Paradise Campus. If students want to take the exam from UNLV Paradise Campus, an appointment time will need to be set up through UNLV Testing services. Testing Services can be contacted by email at testingservices@unlv.edu or by phone at 702-895-5928. Documentation of at least one the following will meet the proficiency requirements. Please scan all documents to ce-assistant@unlv.edu. If you have several documents for one language, please scan them as one file for upload. Files must be received three business days prior to course start. Evidence of English Proficiency *A high school diploma, or its equivalent, from an English speaking country. *Successful completion of extensive coursework at the post-secondary level, resulting in a degree, with the majority of classes conducted in English. *Time spent studying and/or working in an English speaking country, where you were required on a daily basis to perform tasks at a professional level in English. *Successfully passing any English language proficiency test from a reputable testing organization *Successful passage of an established interpreter/translator certification exam (that includes a language-specific performance test), such as: *The Federal Court Interpreter Certification Exam (FCICE) *Any National Center for State Court (NCSC) exam *Other national or state certification exams, e.g., ATA, BEI, NAJIT, NBCMI, RID, State of Washington Medical Interpreter Certification. Evidence of Spanish Proficiency (documents must be translated into English) *A high school diploma, or its equivalent, with classes taught in Spanish (diploma or transcript as long as the country of origin can be established). *Successful completion of extensive coursework at the post-secondary level, with the majority of classes conducted in Spanish. *Time spent studying and/or working in a country where the applicant was required on a daily basis to perform tasks at a professional level in Spanish. *Successfully passing a language proficiency test in Spanish from a reputable testing organization.

PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS:
To earn the Legal Interpretation: Spanish Certificate you must register in the certificate application course 183LA9999A.
To earn the Legal Interpretation: Spanish Certificate, students must successfully complete six required core courses.

CORE COURSES:
* Introduction to Legal Interpreting
* Sight Translation
* Consecutive Interpreting I
* Simultaneous Interpreting I
* Consecutive Interpreting II
* Simultaneous Interpreting II

Course:173LA9999A
Dates:September 1, 2017 - August 31, 2018
Meets:F from 12 M to 12:00 AM, 2 sessions
Fee: $0.00

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