Medical Interpreting Associates LLC

This program will not only help you fulfill the 40-hour training prerequisite to apply for the certification exam, but it will also help you achieve the competency and skill needed in real life assignments. This program satisfies the minimum 40 hours of training required by the Certification Commission for Healthcare Interpreters (CCHI) and the National Board for Certified Interpreters (NBCMI).

Throughout this program you’ll have the opportunity to rehearse and discover new vocabulary by interpreting challenging medical documents, doctor-patient conversations as if you were in an actual medical interpreting assignment.


Students will be awarded a Certificate of Program Completion for 4.0 Continuing Education (CEs) upon successfully completing the course.   


Course Information

Course: 40 Hour Medical Interpreting Skill Class

2018 Course Dates: 


  • Saturday, March 17th, 2018 to April 14th, 2018 (5 consecutive Saturdays)
  • Saturday, May 5th, 2018 to June 2nd, 2018 (5 consecutive Saturdays)



Course Date Info: 
8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.


Course Format: 
Classroom


Location Info: 
Gainesville Civic Center



 

Course Fee(s): 
$750

Welcome to the Learning Center!

2018 CLASSES STARTS
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Saturday - March 17th
 SPACE IS LIMITED

Medical Interpreting Program​

40-Hour course ​including:​

- Classroom Classes

-  In-Office Classes

Interpreting Solutions & Technologies

  • ​​Face-to-Face Interpreting

  • Over-the-Phone Interpreting 

  • Document Translations

  • Video Interpreting

  • ​LEP Community Membership

   Test Preparation

  • 4.0 Continuing Education (CEs)

  • Meet pre-requisitions for National Certification

  • Learn the National Standards on Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services (CLAS).

Who should participate: Bilingual staff, on-site interpreters, contract interpreters and anyone who is seeking a career in the interpreting arena.

 

A 40-hour, non-language-specific training course designed to prepare you for the National Certification exam and prepares bilingual individuals for their role as medical interpreters. 

Our comprehensive curriculum is taught through lively classroom discussions and interactions; participants develop their skills and knowledge through carefully-prepared realistic role-plays and guided by a nationally-recognized instructor.  Group size is limited to between 10 and 20 participants in order to provide a meaningful learning experience to all.

Participants must pass a language proficiency test prior to being admitted to the course.