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Register to Attend Free Language Access Training

Register to Attend Free Language Access Training

Register to attend one of three Achieving Language Access for Crime Victims regional trainings, hosted by the OVC-sponsored Translating Justice Initiative. This training series seeks to enhance the capacity of victim services personnel to serve people with limited English proficiency and people who are deaf and hard-of-hearing.

The training will cover the following topics:

  • an overview of why language access matters;
  • the legal and ethical responsibilities of providing language access;
  • how to plan for language access;
  • how to conduct a needs assessment and where to find resources in your community;
  • working with interpreters;
  • how to manage the use of other language access devices, including the use of technology; and
  • how to monitor your language access plan for quality assurance.

Click on the links below for additional details about each training and to register.

Washington, D.C.: June 27–28, 2018

Minneapolis, Minnesota: July 11–12, 2018

Albuquerque, New Mexico: August 22–23, 2018

(Posted May 24, 2018)

Date Created: November 13, 2019