Learn how to interpret for online or in-person negotiations, mediations, or settlement conferences that use Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) or Online Dispute Resolution (ODR).
Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) plays out in courts and community mediation programs across the U.S. They face a huge backlog due to COVID-related court closures, and a number of these programs will need interpreters. But do you have the knowledge, skills and terminology to interpret confidently for online or in-person negotiations, mediations, or settlement conferences?
In Foundations in Conflict Resolution and ADR for Interpreters, participants will learn how to apply their interpreting skills to ADR. This intensive workshop is highly interactive. Through role plays, videos, decision-making, skills-building, terminology exercises and more, you will apply what you learn immediately. Your engaging hosts are two ADR-specialized experts (a court-certified interpreter who is a bilingual certified mediator and a former attorney now working as a court ADR Administrator). They will guide you through the labyrinth of ADR. You will also learn about interpreting online for ODR: Online Dispute Resolution.
Course goal: Introduce interpreters to the minimal competencies required when interpreting for a range of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) processes.
Target audience: Court-certified; legal, medical and community interpreters with 40 hours or more of interpreter training
Feedback from our participants:
This was an absolutely superb training in every way! And I've taken plenty of trainings over the years. This ranks at the top, in terms of the instructors and the materials provided and the overall experience. Huge bang for my buck!
I really appreciated how concepts were explained and the role-plays that helped me implement instructions for a better understanding.
Excellent, I really enjoyed it.
Maria Ceballos-Wallis, MA; GA/FL CCI, CHI, GA RM (Registered Neutral)
Barrie J. Roberts, ADR Administrator, Los Angeles Superior Court; JD; LL.M. (Dispute Resolution); MA (TESOL)
Course length: 10 hours (8 hours live online training, 2 hours self-paced online training)
Class Schedule: Fall 2021: Exact dates to be determined. Contact us for a spot on the waitlist.
Timetable: 12:00-5:00 p.m. ET (9:00 a.m.-2:00p.m. PT) each day with a break from 2:00-3:00 p.m. ET (11:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. PT)
After completing this course, you will be able to:
**Recommended but not required
This course is limited to 20 participants. Once the course has reached capacity, those interested will be added to a waitlist in the order in which their inquiry is received.
Training Participant Information Release
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Disruptive Behavior Policy
In order to uphold the collaborative nature of our online training programs, Cross-Cultural Communications reserves the right to remove any participant for abusive or aggressive behavior, spoken or written, towards CCC staff, trainers or other participants. We recognize that the past year has been difficult for everyone. However, our participants, trainers and staff have the right to a safe and respectful learning and working environment. We thank you for your understanding.
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