TRAINING DETAILS & CALENDAR
The Community Interpreter International (TCII) is a non-language specific 40-hour program suitable for experienced interpreters looking to refresh their strategy toolbox and have an updated understanding of the interpreter’s role,
as well as novice interpreters seeking to jump start their career!
TCII is approved by the International Medical Interpreters Association (IMIA) and stresses the National Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice as outlined by the National Council on Interpreting in Health Care (NCIHC).
This is a hands-on, activity and practice driven training that will get YOU equipped and empowered for the many situations faced on the field.
Upon successful completion of this course, our students will be prepared to work as qualified, trained, tested and professional community and healthcare interpreters. Our training sessions are located throughout Delaware and ONLINE! Sessions include practice and critiquing drills, self- evaluations, coaching on ethical decision making, and covers the essentials of community and medical interpreting.
YOU CAN NOW BECOME A QUALIFIED INTERPRETER
IN 2 WEEKS WITH our HYBRID ONLINE AND IN-PERSON TRAINING SESSIONS!
Prerequisites & Additional Required Documentation to be submitted by the registration deadline to email@example.com
* Professional Resume
* State of Interest Letter
* Professional Letter of Recommendation
* Copy of high school (or the equivalent) or higher education diploma
* Copy of Driver’s License
* Copy of Language Proficiency Test (LPT) results. Please note this fee is NOT included in the overall tuition cost and it must be taken in order to receive a Certificate of Successful Completion. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to get your test scheduled.
All students must pass a linguistic skills test (LPT mentioned above) in their non-dominant language prior to acceptance to our certificate training. A score of “Advanced Mid” or higher in the language proficiency test is recommended for entry.
HYBRID ONLINE & IN-PERSON SESSION OF
THE COMMUNITY INTERPRETER INTERNATIONAL
Dates May 7, 9, 11, 13, 14, 16, 18, 20
Details Live online sessions on Mondays and Fridays. In-person instruction and practice on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Weekday hours 3:00 – 7:00 pm Saturday hours 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Location ONLINE & in-person at Dover, DE (TBA)
Registration Deadline is April 27.
Please note a minimum amount of 12 participants is required for this class.
INTERPRETING IN PEDIATRIC SETTINGS
Interpreting for children and their families in a healthcare setting is a unique and rewarding task. It can, however, get complicated quickly if you are not prepared and confident in your role and responsibilities as the interpreter and communication expert. Learn how to accurately apply the interpreting national code and best practices as you are challenged and trained by active master interpreters currently working in nationally recognized pediatric health systems. The training team also includes a dynamic, experienced and passionate TCI (The Community Interpreter) licensed trainer. Learn with us about this important sub-specialization of healthcare interpreting!
Tuition fee: Please contact us at email@example.com or 302.521.7626
Included: Registration, Workshop Materials, Networking & Certificate of Successful Completion
Pre-requisite: Must have 40-hour training certificate such as “Bridging the Gap” or “The Community Interpreter International.”