Trainings & Workshops
Onsite and Remote
Fall 2021 and Spring 2022 Classes
The Community Interpreter
Class Dates TBD Soon!
Training is language neutral – Open to all Languages! Enjoyable and Interactive!
Audience: Bilingual staff, new aspiring or working freelance/contract interpreters interested in community, educational or healthcare services e.g., hospitals and clinics, schools and colleges, family planning, domestic violence, housing, senior centers etc.
Training Specifics: This program offers an overview of the interpreting profession, the process of the interpreting session and interactive hands-on role play. It focuses on the foundation of interpreting ethics and professionalism to help you become successful in the field of interpreting.
Cost: $675 – (includes the following)
48 hours of training
90-minute written test
Additional fee – Optional ($50 - $70) for language proficiency testing, (for spoken languages) or proof of language proficiency evaluation by a reputable organization must be provided.
Sign Language interpreters please contact A Voice – Language and Training Services for details on language proficiency screening.
Maximum of 15 people for our online session.
*This program includes a certificate and Continuing Education Credits/Units (CEUs, CEP, etc.) have been approved by various professional organizations. (Please note that there is an additional processing fee for RID CEUs) Please call us to learn more.
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Registration Is Now Open!
Date: Fall 2021 – December 3 and December 5
Time: 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (12-hour training – 1 hour lunch)
Audience: Aspiring or working healthcare interpreters; bilingual staff in healthcare; and interpreters preparing for medical interpreter certification (NBCMI or CCHI).
Training Specifics: This workshop is designed to help interpreters understand medical terminology and develop strategies to interpret it correctly. Language neutral – Open to all languages! Enjoyable and interactive!
Cost: $195 – (includes the following)
12 hours of training
134-page published medical terminology handbook (retail $40)
Language Access Training
- Half Day
- Full Day
- Customized Training for your Organization
We offer these language access trainings to your organization:
Best practices on interpreting and translation services for your Deaf, Hard of Hearing and LEP patients/clients
The Joint Commission and Department of Health language access compliance requirements
Language and interpreting proficiency assessment evaluations for your bilingual staff
Training bilingual staff and assuring the safest and most professional interpreting services are being provided for your patients/clients and their family members
Professional development and updated in-service sessions for your staff on language access education
Assistance in developing a language access plan
Education and information on federal, state, and local language access laws
Training on how to work with interpreters
Cultural-Linguistic Diversity Training
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