Crabtree Interpreting Services

Professional Development

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Professional Development

Crabtree Interpreting Services' professional development team is here to provide in-depth training for certified interpreters to earn CEUs and to enhance the skill-sets of working interpreters. Justin Lee and Frank Peralez are available to provide trainings in a variety of settings on a variety of topics ranging from skill development to ethical discussions.

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Crabtree Interpreting Services is excited to announce the start of our new online opportunity to earn CEUs from the comfort of your home! These CEU opportunities will include webinars, self-paced book studies, and ethical case studies. Our professional development department will continue to update the content regularly; keep an eye out for new opportunities.

We currently have two CEU opportunities available: “A Study in Ethics” and “Book Study: ‘Born a Crime’ by Trevor Noah.” Both of these opportunities have been approved for RID and BEI CEUs.

Upcoming Events

  • TSID: July 10-14; Click here for more information
  • Summer Educational Workshop: July 30-August 1, 2019; Registration will open during first week of May 2019.

Mythbusting: Sex and Gender

Presented by: Kyle and Ethan Stephens

March 30, 2019

RID and BEI 0.4 CEUs Approved

$20 CEUs
$10 Students


In this workshop, we will explore the difference between sex, gender identity, and gender expression. Common terminology from the LGBTQIA+ community will be covered, with a greater focus on gender terms. If you ever wondered, “Are all drag queens just transwomen?” or “What’s the difference between being a transman and being transmasculine?” or if you don’t know what any of that means, this is the workshop for you.

This workshop will be presented in ASL. For details on refunds, cancellations, and special accommodations please see our contact information.

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We foster an environment of mutual respect and inclusion that is free from harassment, bias and discrimination based on race, color, religion (creed), hearing status, gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status