A 48-hour, non language-specific training course designed to prepare you for either National Certification exam sittings and aimed at raising Language Access to care for Limited English Proficient patients.
Are a bilingual staff, an on-site interpreter, contract interpreter or seeking a career in medical interpreting?
If you answered "yes", then you've come to the right place!
Our course also prepares bilingual individuals for their role as medical interpreters.
Our comprehensive curriculum is taught through lively classroom discussions and interactions; participants develop their skills and knowledge through carefully-prepared realistic role-plays and guided by a nationally-recognized instructor.
Group size is limited to between 7 and 20 participants in order to provide a meaningful learning experience to all.
Participants must pass a language proficiency test prior to being admitted to the course.
To qualify to participate in this training, participants are also required to meet or exceed the following criteria:
A 48-HOUR CLASS HAS BEEN SCHEDULED AT UH-DOWNTOWN.
CLASS STARTS SEPTEMBER 22 AND GOES ON EVERY SATURDAY UNTIL OCTOBER 27, 2018.
If you have any questions, please contact
Rey Romero, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor - Spanish Linguistics
Coordinator, Translation Minor
Department of Arts & Humanities
One Main Street - Suite S-1087
University of Houston-Downtown
Houston, Texas 77002
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