Medical and Community Interpreting
The healthcare field is dedicated to serving its surrounding diverse communities. Effective communication is essential to make this relationship work. Medical and Community Interpreters and translators work in spoken language, converting information from one language into another language.
What is the job outlook for Medical Interpreters?
Hospitals, Schools, Interpretation Companies, Government agencies hire Medical Interpreters. Translators are usually paid by work, page, or project.
Why Medical and Community Interpreting?
The need for medical and community interpreters is rapidly increasing and so is the demand for trained professionals in this field. In this 60-hour course, in collaboration with TransFluenciSM, you will learn from experienced interpreters who will support and guide your learning while following the standards and ethics of the profession, that prepare you for employment in this growing field.
Interpreters work in schools, hospitals, courtrooms, and conference centers. Many translators work from home. Self-employed interpreters and translators frequently have variable work schedules. Most interpreters and translators work full time during regular business hours.