This training will teach interpreters the process and qualifications to becoming a CCHI medical interpreter. This training will assist participants with understanding the application process, course requirements and how to become a certified through NBCMI and CCHI medical interpreter.
Live Webinar training
Date: April 5th, 2019
Time: 1:30pm – 4:30pm
This training will help interpreters understand the importance of maintaining an emotionally neutral position while interpreting for patients under stress.
The training will also help interpreters recognize highly emotional situations which could affect the interpreter’s own emotions.
This is a live web-based
Time: 2:00 PM to 4:30 PM
Best Practices in Interpreting during Administration of Medication in Healthcare Settings (CEU 3 hours)https://tintranslation.com/event/best-practices-in-interpreting-during-administration-of-medication-in-healthcare-settings-ceu-3-hours/Catholic Charities Fort Worth249 Thornhill Drive, Fort Worth, TX, United States
(CEU 3 hour)
This training is designed to assist the medical interpreter to avoid potential medical errors during the administration of medication in the healthcare interpreting encounter. This module will also assist participants understand key elements to increase interpreter’s knowledge of his/her function and define different types of errors in medication administration.
This is live in-person training – Level 4 & 5
Date: April 12, 2019
Time 9:00am to 12:00pm
Location: CCFW @ 249 W. Thornhill Dr., Fort Worth 76115
An Introduction to the Art of Translation will give participants a broad understanding of how to work as a professional translator. Participants will learn appropriate skills to accurately facilitate the translation process. This one day training will focus on translation of written material from English into target language, and from target into source language.
Web based training
Date: April 15th this training is a prerecorded training participants will have access to this training from April 15th through Friday 19th. A final exam is required for certificate completion.
The 40-hour introductory course is designed by TIN to train bilingual individuals in the basic mechanics and techniques of interpreting. Each session provides extensive information on interpreting methods, roles, professionalism and ethics, cultural considerations, and the varied contexts in which interpreters are often called upon to work. Participants are able to access training from anywhere in the world and self-pace this training by accessing training when is convenient training links from April 22nd trough April 26th.
This is a self-paced WEB BASED TRAINING (PRERECORDED)