In today’s slow economy, it has been difficult to find employment. The global job market is constantly changing and technical fields are always evolving. One thing is for certain in today’s fast paced economy, language is a secure field. Without language interpretation many businesses, governments, and people would be lost in translation. Translation is described as the process of translating words or text from one language into another. This process is essential in today’s global economy and is in very high demand.
A California Court Certified Interpreter can make an annual salary of about $70,000 to $100,000 depending on experience. Although employment with a court would be a secure and stable career, a freelance California Court Certified Interpreter has the opportunity to earn even more than an annual salary received by court employed interpreters. Traveling while you work could be ideal for the right person. A freelance Interpreter would have the opportunity to make his/her own schedule and answer to clients all around the world. “It is a freelancer job, you don’t have a boss or a competitor, no investment is required, all you need is your bilingual background and some training.” says court certified interpreter Anabella, who will be teaching interpreting at LA Institute of Translation and Interpretation from September 1. Our dedicated instructors all have many years of experience in the translation and interpreting. Our instructors are all California Court Certified interpreters as well.
One way to become a California certified Court Interpreter, is to be admitted to LA Institute of Translation and Interpretation program, receive a one year certificate in Interpretation, and then take the California State certification exam to become certified. The program at LA Institute of Translation and Interpretation will give you the necessary tools and instruction to succeed in the interpreting and translation fields. The school also has a subsidiary company that refers jobs to court and medical interpreters.
LA Institute of Translation and Interpretation is conveniently located in downtown, and parking is free. Please call for out Open session dates and reserve a seat. Our Chinese Open session is on August 20, 2011 at 1:30pm. Our Korean Open session is on August 20, 2011 at 10:00am. Our Spanish Open session is on August 30, 2011 at 7:00pm. For more information, call 866-327-1004 and ask for Jeremy.