*Registration required, http://bit.ly/jan2016bbih
Topics covered in this course:
The roles and The Code of Ethics of the interpreter
Best techniques for effective interpretation
Body systems and Terminology for medical testing and procedures
Title VI and language access rights
Cultural competency and
Guest speakers from throughout the community....
Skilled language coaches...
Practical, in-depth assessments of professional skills...
Holding this certificate will allow participants to apply for interpretation jobs with hospitals and agencies all over the globe!
The course will take place from 8:00 am until 5:00 pm, with an hour break for lunch, over the following six dates:
January 1/24, 1/31
February 2/7, 2/21, 2/28
Registration is limited to the first 15 qualified individuals. Seats are filled on a first-come first-served basis.
The cost of the course is $600 (due 2 weeks prior to the start of the course), scholarships are available.
Send in your Scholarship Application now! 500 word essay on Why you want to have a career as a medical interpreter, How becoming a medical interpreter will change your life, a Story about your community service experience, and a resume.
Participants must be present each day in order to get credit for the course.
Culture Connect is a non profit organization that fosters cultural fluency between immigrants and the community at large through language services, mentoring, and education. www.cultureconnectinc.org
Asian Pacific Community In Action’s mission is to provide services, advocacy, and education/training for diverse communities resulting in a healthier and more empowered population. www.apcaaz.org
Register online at: http://bit.ly/jan2016bbih
4520 N Central Ave, Native American Connections Building.
(602) 265-4598 email@example.com