Last updated: November 4, 2015
Whether you are a legal interpreter or a medical interpreter, ATA sessions count for your certification. Each organization or court has different requirements, so please contact your organization to know what is needed in each case.
- IMIA (International Medical Interpreters Association) approved the following sessions: Click to open the list on PDF
- CCHI (Certification Commission for Healthcare Interpreters) approved the following sessions: Click to view CCHI listing
- Several Administrative Office of the Courts (AOCs) that have approved sessions from ATA56 for certified court interpreters. Click to open the list on PDF.
You can find a comprehensive list of organizations here: http://www.atanet.org/conf/2015/ce_credit.htm
Please contact the respective organization for instructions on how to claim your continued education credits.