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ATI Winter Webinar
January 21 @ 9:00 am - 11:30 am
ATI Winter Webinar
Saturday, January 21, 2023
ONLINE VIA ZOOM
HAPPY NEW YEAR!!
The 2023 ATI winter webinar will offer the following two presentations:
ACJA Sec. 7-301: CEUs Are Here! by David Svoboda, Language Access Coordinator for the Arizona Supreme Court, Administrative Office of the Courts (AOC).
Description: Beginning January 1, 2023, interpreters credentialed with the Arizona Court Interpreter Credentialing Program (ACICP) will be required to comply with continuing education requirements pursuant to the Arizona Code of Judicial Administration (ACJA) Section 7-301. This presentation will provide a detailed review of the new requirement and allow plenty of time for attendees to have their questions answered. Anyone who currently holds an ACICP credential for any tier, or who is planning to become credentialed is encouraged to attend.
Goals/Objectives: After attending this presentation, attendees will be able to explain the requirements of ACJA Section 7-301 and comply with it.
Biography: David Svoboda Prior to joining the AOC, Mr. Svoboda served for eleven years as a staff Spanish interpreter for the Arizona Superior Court in Maricopa County. Mr. Svoboda is a federally certified court interpreter and has earned the highest credential available under the Arizona Court Interpreter Credentialing Program. Mr. Svoboda served on the Board of Directors of the Arizona Court Interpreters Association as Treasurer (2008 – 2013), and President (2014 – 2015).
He has also given numerous training sessions on interpreter ethics, modal skills, and other court interpreting-related subjects. He is a graduate of the Monterey Institute of International Studies where he earned his Master’s Degree in Translation and Interpretation (2004). He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Spanish, conferred by Ithaca College where he graduated Summa Cum Laude with departmental honors (1999).
We hope you will join us!
Elevate your Image to Succeed as a Court Interpreter and other settings, by Beatriz E. Bogard, U.S. Courts Certified Interpreter and Certified Image Consultant.
Have you ever wondered what your Image says about you? Your image includes not only the clothes you wear but your body language, communication skills and etiquette. Your Image needs to say that you are effective professionally and personally, it should reflect your accomplishments.
Did you know that it only takes a few seconds for others to make judgements about you? We make judgements about others based purely on the way they look, and it all happens at a subconscious level. Clearly, since we make such profound value judgements from such superficial evidence, it would also seem important to choose carefully the way we dress in order to communicate our attributes and value to others.
In this class we will learn the importance of our Image in our work as interpreters and how we can elevate it to be used as a tool to communicate that we are efficient and professional. I will also give you great tips on how to use color to our advantage in different professional settings.
See you soon!
Biography: Beatriz Bogard is originally from Veracruz, México and came to this country almost 30 years ago. She’s a mother of two children ages 26 and 22 and a stepmother to her life partner’s daughter who is 13 years old.
She’s a Federally Certified Spanish Interpreter and Translator but about seven years ago she felt the need to reinvent herself and started studying fashion design, fashion styling and ultimately decided to become a Certified Image Consultant, where she felt she could help more people find their true style and improve their image in order to succeed in their professional careers and personal lives.
In 2020 she founded Bogard House of Style, Image Consulting and opened her studio in Phoenix, Arizona where she consults her clients on Color Analysis and Image, which includes not only their wardrobe, hair and makeup but communication skills, behavior and etiquette. Beatriz is also a speaker and instructor; she teaches Image workshops and does presentations in both English and Spanish to serve the Latin Community in the U.S. She also is a Jewelry designer who finds joy in dancing, cooking, yoga, meditating, spending time with friends, travelling and reading. She lives in Phoenix with her life partner Jim and his daughter Anaiah. Her biggest passion is helping others and learning new things, “because if we stop learning, we start dying.”
Registrants will receive a Zoom invitation by email the day before the webinar.
Refund Policy: No refunds will be honored after the webinar has started.