December 27, 2018
at 3 pm ET (check your time zone)
language-neutral, 2 PB CE hours
If you missed a live webinar, check if we have a free recording of it available here. Some CE webinars are available as self-paced online modules for a fee.
All our webinars are free, and anyone can join. Keep in mind that seats are limited to 500 attendees, so register early.
Our informational webinars are meant to educate about our programs, exams, projects, and policies. No certificates are issued for this type of webinars.
Our continuing education (CE) webinars are related to the interpreter’s profession and performance. CCHI invites guest speakers, renowned interpreter educators, to present these webinars. Certificates of attendance are issued for this type of webinars within 14 days via email.
Our webinars take place via the application GoToWebinar®. To make sure your device and internet connection are webinar-ready, check your system now. If you want more technical details, you can read about how to join webinar here.
We allow a total of 800 people to register for 500 available seats. This means that on the day of the webinar, the first 500 attendees who join via a registration link are able to participate. Please login about 10 minutes before the webinar start time.
If you require an ADA accommodation, please contact CCHI staff at firstname.lastname@example.org. We must receive your request for an accommodation no later than two weeks prior to the date of the live webinar. For those who request an accommodation after that date, every effort will be made to provide a reasonable accommodation; however, we may not be able to do so given potential time constraints.
You must connect to the webinar online, via computer (NOT just by the phone) and participate in all the activities as instructed by the presenter during the webinar, in order to receive a certificate of attendance (if it is issued for a specific webinar).
The certificate, if it is issued for a specific webinar, will be emailed to you within 14 days. The body of the message is the certificate (i.e. no attachments are sent); please save it as a pdf file in order to upload to your certification renewal application. The email will come from the “email@example.com” address, please make sure it is not marked as ‘spam’ by your email provider.