Tag Archives: ATA Certification

ATA Board voted to postpone decoupling until January 1, 2021.

The ATA Board voted to postpone decoupling (opening the ATA certification exam to nonmembers) until January 1, 2021. Decoupling was originally planned for January 1, 2020. Click the link below to view the reasons behind the decision to open the exam to nonmembers, as well as details about the implementation of this change. Link: Frequently Asked Questions about Opening the Certification

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ATA Webinar: A Guide to ATA Certification

ATA Webinar: A Guide to ATA Certification Presenters:  Michèle Hansen, Holly Mikkelson Date:  September 29, 2016 Time: 12 noon U.S. Eastern Daylight Time Duration: 60 minutes CE Point(s): 1 Take the mystery and myth out of the ATA Certification Exam!  Join graders Michele Hansen and Holly Mikkelson for this down and dirty look at the exam–everything from how passages are

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Spring Into Action and Share the Experience!

Spring Into Action is happening this weekend! Share the experience directly from Philly or simply follow us from where you are! #DVTASPD15 Acknowledgement: We thank The Hispanic Institute at La Salle University for facilitating the venue and for its overall sponsorship. Without their generosity this event would not have been possible. Thank you! 

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Spring Into Action 2015: Plan Your Stay!

For those attending the Spring Into Action 2015 seminar, a block of rooms (double and single) are available at The Four Points by Sheraton Philadelphia Northeast for $160.55 tax included. This special hotel rate is only until April 1, 2015. Attendees must call Brittany at 267-350 6016 and mention SPRING INTO ACTION 2015 to get the discounted rates (normally $169-$189 plus 15.5% tax.)

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SPRING INTO ACTION 2015 – The early-bird registration deadline has been extended!

The deadline for the Early-Bird Registration has been extended until Tuesday, March 31! Take advantage of this opportunity to register at the discounted rate and. . . This seminar has been approved for 10 ATA Continuing Education Points and 12 AOPC CEUs, which include 1.5 CEUs for the Ethics Session (Certified PA Court Interpreters must submit pre-approval request and show proof

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