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I’m using Google Chrome on a Mac, & just finished viewing the “Interpreting in Emergency Situations” video when I realized I was logged out & couldn’t take the quiz at the end. When I log back in, it logs me out again as soon as I go back to the video–so I still cannot take the quiz.
Very disappointed by your misleading description of the “memberships benefits”. On your list it says that with the basic one, individuals would be able to watch videos in order to get continuing education credits, only to have the video stop several minutes into it to ask to PAY in order to obtain those credits!
Hi, Victor! If you look again, you will see that the member benefits show that Basic (free) membership allows access to “select videos” and “pay-per-view” videos. We provide a free preview of the videos so that you can see if you like it before you buy! Also, you can click on “Free Videos” to see a number of options there. Cheers!
I just finished Nutrition Counseling: Interpreting for Dietitians but now I can’t access the quiz!
Hi, Diana ~ Please click on “Support” or “Contact Us” at the bottom of the page for future issues. Also, there is a “Technical Support” discussion forum to help you troubleshoot problems.
I watched a free video and at the end I was to take a quiz and nothing happened
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I watched 2 videos and took the quiz. I still didn’t get any email response from it.
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Thank you both for discussing such an important topic. I’ve done over one hundred asylum cases and hearing such traumatic stories can be very heavy on the interpreter’s heart. One way I protect myself is avoid making eye contact with the client. From the beginning, I direct the client to look at the provider or interviewer…[Read more]