If you’re looking for an English-Spanish Medical Interpreting course that can help you meet the needs of doctors’ offices, hospitals, emergency rooms, and other medical facilities, the Office of Continuing and Professional Studies at the City College of New York will help you achieve that!
Our FULLY Online Medical Interpreter course provides an interactive curriculum for entry-level students over the course of 102 hours. Additionally, CCNY’s Certificate in Medical Interpreting is the only one of its kind to incorporate video remote interpreting as part of its curriculum!
Students also get support with personalized career development advice, resume writing and interview skills from our experienced Instructor, so they can maximize their chances of landing a job – fast!
Our students are achieving amazing results, so don’t miss this opportunity – enroll today!
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The Community Interpreter® Online (TCIO) – Join us for the first and only national online, self-paced 40-hour certificate program in medical and community interpreting! Developed by Cross-Cultural Communications, the leading national provider for medical and community interpreter training, and hosted by our online training platform, Blue Horizon, this intensive program covers interpreting in healthcare, educational and social services settings. TCIO promotes national ethics and standards of practice in the field and can prepare interpreters to take national medical interpreter certification.
60-hour language specific programs are available for Arabic, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Tagalog, Vietnamese, and other languages. Testing and assessment options are available for organizations. Project-based fast-track program available for bilingual healthcare professionals.
Program Director: Marlene Obermeyer, MA, RN. Visit the Culture Advantage website at https://cultureadvantage.org/programs/.
The listing of the training opportunities on this page is sponsored by the training providers. CCHI does not accredit, pre-approve or endorse beginner-level programs. The listed programs are examples of possible training opportunities that help applicants meet the 40-hour healthcare interpreter training requirement and prepare for the examination(s). Interpreters are cautioned to question the veracity of guarantees of success on examinations as a result of any training.
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