Instructor Led Live Online Webinars 2019
WebBuzz.5 Buzzing right along… (3 hours)
April 2, June 18, September 17, November 5 5:45 p.m. Pacific Time
Ah… idioms! New slang, old slang. How can sick be cool... or gross? Baffled? Welcome to American English! This one’s a doozy… and a lot of fun!
WebLex.5 Lex for Terps (3 hours)
April 9, June 25, September 24, November 12 5:45 p.m. Pacific Time
Do you at times feel uncertain about what a legal term really means? Does legal slang stump you? Does Latin make you sort of dizzy? No worries. We’ve got you covered! Join us for a sure cure of leges vertigo… in large print and plain English!
WebEthics.5 Ethics canons and scenarios (3 hours)
April 16, July 16, October 15, November 19 5:45 p.m. Pacific Time
This one sure gets lively! Nothing like controversial ethics scenarios to get the virtual hackles and danders way up… in a truly good way. Join us for some real and hypothetical thought-provoking what-would-you-do-if… and chime in!
WebEthics.5 (a) Ethics canons and scenarios, in brief (1 hour)
April 16, July 16 8:45 p.m. Pacific Time
A full hour of the above to keep the conversation rolling!
WebRX.5 Rx for Terps (3 hours)
April 23, July 23, October 22, December 3 5:45 p.m. Pacific Time
Blood and gore, it isn’t. Word! This serious-minded yet hardly intense webinar aims to familiarize interpreters with health-specific terminology (a.k.a medical terms) in both their formal and informal versions. We’ll mix in a fun syndromes and conditions, health-related neologisms, and selected body parts. We promise it won’t hurt!
WebVocab.5 Our lingo… unabashed! (3 hours)
April 30, July 30, October 29, December 10 5:45 p.m. Pacific Time
A vocabulary and grammar toss does not have to be a yawn. This lexical extravaganza is sure to be a crowd pleaser! We’ll get it all straight on commonly confused terms, and dust off some oft-forgotten grammatical beauts. Gerunds, phrasal verbs, agreement, and other linguistic gems are alive and kicking… and in full occupation of this webinar!
These webinars are approved by the ATA and the states of California, Colorado, Florida, Idaho, Maryland, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Utah,Washington, and Wisconsin.