Delaware Law School’s Community, Healthcare and Legal Interpreter Training will help participants develop the necessary skills to become a qualified interpreter in the field.
The Community, Healthcare, and Legal Interpreter program is a 49-hour course divided into two parts. The first part provides the prerequisite for the national medical interpreting certification and it is a 40-hour quality program based on The Community Interpreter® program for community and healthcare interpreters. The second part is 9 hours of legal interpreting concentrating on the code of ethics, protocols, and standards of the court interpreter.
This is an interactive, skill-based program. The sessions ground you in what you need to know to work as a professional interpreter. The focus is on medical, school, and government or nonprofit service settings. With this program, you will receive a copy of the most comprehensive textbook and workbook in the field.
MODULE 1: THE PROFESSION
MODULE 2: PROTOCOLS AND SKILLS
MODULE 3: STRATEGIC MEDIATION
MODULE 4: PROFESSIONAL IDENTITY
MODULE 5: THE INTERPRETER’S ROLE
MODULE 6: THE COURT INTERPRETER
Upon successful completion of the program, students are awarded:
* The Marjorie Bancroft official Community Interpretation Cross-Cultural Communications Certification
*Delaware Law School’s Certificate of Completion of the Community, Healthcare and Legal Interpreter Training
|Program Dates||Tuition||Application Requirements|
|Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays
6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. ET
Online via Zoom.
January 19, 2021
March 1, 2021
(No class February 15th in observance of President’s Day)
Tuition due date:
February 1, 2021
|To apply, submit the following materials to [email protected]:
• One letter of recommendation
• OPI score or language proficiency equivalency
Registration Deadline: January 6, 2020