Student Resources: Interpreter Training
Taking an interpreter training course and mastering your language skills are important steps you need to take on your path to becoming a competent professional interpreter.
Language Connections’ online interpreter training is taught live by experienced interpreters and professional instructors who are subject matter experts...
The Value of a Haitian Creole Interpreter Certification
As Haitian Creole is one of the most important emerging languages in the U.S. Haitian Creole interpreter certification has become very valuable for interpreters.
The Value of a Spanish Interpreter Certification
There are many benefits of having a Spanish interpreter certification in the US. Spanish interpreting classes prepare you to interpret in many of fields.
What languages are in high demand for translators?
Occasionally, the languages in high demand for translators are different than those for Interpreters. In the US, however, the top-paid languages for both professions are Middle Eastern and Asian languages.
Immigration interpreters play a critical role in helping support access to justice
Immigration interpreters and translators play a critical role in helping support access to justice and due process for immigrants...
The profession of Language Interpretation is becoming increasingly necessary each day for industries around the world...
Should You Get a Chinese Interpreter Certification, Or a Chinese Translator Certification?
Chinese is currently the most spoken language in the world in terms of native speakers. In the United States alone, it is the third most spoken language after Spanish – demonstrating just how dominant it is in global society today. ...
Portuguese Interpreter Certification Tips
Currently in the United States, Portuguese is the 12th most spoken language. Based on a census done between 2009 and 2013, it is estimated that 39% of Portuguese speakers in the U.S. speak English less than “Very Well”...
Can a French Interpreter Work as a Haitian Creole Interpreter?
Language in history is not stagnant – many common languages that we speak today have come from, or been influenced by, another language at some point in time. When looking into interpreter training programs, it is therefore important to choose a certification course for your specific native language – not one that is similar.
Why Native Arabic Speakers Still Need Arabic Interpreter Certificate
"Arabic Is My Native Language, And I Speak English: Why Do I Still Need An Arabic Interpreter Certificate?" The example statement above can be applied to any language pair imaginable when one considers becoming an interpreter; however, it is important to understand exactly why being a native speaker (of say Arabic) isn’t enough to be a professional interpreter.
Where Can You Use a Spanish Interpreter Certification?
Being bilingual in today’s world is a great skill. As geographical and technological boundaries continue to diminish, the likelihood of groups of people who speak different languages is increasing.
The Quick Guide to Interpreting
Professional interpreters are in high demand in many different fields. There are three 3 main types and 7 areas of interpreting: from individual client interpreting to large group interpreting.