Medical and Community Interpreter Training Fall 2021

Medical and Community Interpreter Training Fall 2021

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  • 2022-01-16 00:00:00

About Course

The course entails 60-hours of highly interactive practice sessions and role-plays. Each course accommodates up to 15 participants and on average requires 8 hours of homework. 

Some of the core components include:

  • The profession of a Community and Medical Interpreting;
  • Identifying the Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice;
  • Legal Foundations of Medical and Community Interpreters;
  • Interpreting protocols and skills, strategic mediation, techniques, modes of interpreting, guiding the encounter;
  • Medical Terminology for Interpreters and Anatomy & Physiology for Interpreters;
  • Cultural Competency and communicating with respect to all cultures;
  • Structure and principles of U.S. healthcare;
  • Real time, real world interpreter training with qualified interpreters;
  • Professional identity and Professional Practice;
  • Improving Memory Skills Self-Care and Personal Wellness;
  • Complete Practicum that allows for leadership and real-life experience;
  • Writing skills & techniques;
  • And now: Interpreting via telecommunication platforms.

For any questions, please contact Randi at

Short Description

Our Medical & Community Interpreter Training establishes the foundation for all healthcare interpreters by providing specialized training in healthcare, education, and community service interpretation.

Class Times

Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
January 17-March 23 2PM-6PM
January 17-March 23 2PM-6PM


55 Main Street, Ste 270
Norwich, CT 06360
P: (860) 465-8281
F: (860) 760-6230