National Interpreter Trainers’ (NIT) Huddle

The National Interpreter Trainers’ (NIT) Huddle is a forum, facilitated by CCHI, in which interpreter trainers and educators can interact with each other, discuss innovations and challenges, and share best practices for developing training programs that meet the ever-evolving role of the healthcare interpreter.

The Huddle is organized on the following principles:

  • Participation in the Huddle is open to the public, however working interpreter trainers and educators are the target audience for the discussions.
  • The Huddle is not a membership organization; it is rather a communication exchange on the topics identified by participants.
  • The Huddle participation requires no commitment.
  • The Huddle participants abide by the U.S. antitrust laws (https://www.ftc.gov/tips-advice/competition-guidance/guide-antitrust-laws).
  • The Huddle may invite representatives of interpreters, supervisors, managers, and directors of language access programs and offices of DEI in healthcare settings, etc. as presenters/consultants on specific topics.

The NIT Huddle meets quarterly via Zoom. The Huddle participants also have access to the participants-only forum where they can post questions to the group and discuss issues of interest.

If you are a working interpreter trainer or educator (or an interpreter aspiring to be a trainer), we invite you to join the conversation!

  • Next NIT Huddle

    February 2, 2024
    3pm ET

    Registration will open on 1/29.

    Spots are limited, so we appreciate your discretion in registering ONLY if you are certain you can attend. We look forward to your participation!

  • How to join the NIT Huddle

    The NIT Huddle is open to the public, however working interpreter trainers and educators are the target audience for the discussions.

    To join, just register for an upcoming NIT Huddle Zoom meeting, and you’ll be added to the group.

    If you have any questions, please contact us at admin@cchicertification.org.

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