Yes, as long as you have taught 40 hours of courses related to healthcare interpreter training and can document this. If you have developed a healthcare interpreter training program that has been administered, you may also count the number of hours the course runs (you may not count the number of hours you spent developing the course). The application requires you to upload the necessary documentation (one PDF file for each course):
1. Proof of training delivery – any publicity material (flyer, ad, brochure, conference schedule, etc.) about their training which lists the following information:
2. Proof of training experience (e.g., Curriculum Vitae, personal or advisor’s attestation) specifying delivery of any combination of academic and non-academic (conferences, workshops, in-service).
If the number of hours of the curriculum is less than 40, only the amount that has been taught will be applied toward the 40-hour requirement. Likewise, if the applicant created a healthcare interpreter training program of less than 40 hours, they will only be awarded the exact amount of hours in the training program.