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Medical Interpreter Course
Employers are seeking multilingual individuals with fluency in all languages.
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Training

While individuals who are bilingual may have the foundation to become professional interpreters, they are required to have a medical interpreting training course in medical terminology, ethics, and medical procedures and protocols.

Certificate Program

The course meets the certification criteria established by the National Board of Certification and prepares interpreters to take the National Certification Test. Students will receive a certificate of completion from the community college.

High Demand

Hospitals, community health centers/clinics, governmental health agencies, social services providers, insurance companies, school systems and translation and interpreter services agencies.

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Contact the community college where you want to take the course. Because language skills must be assessed before being accepted into the course, students must register at least two weeks in advance.

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Check out the Massachusetts Community Colleges Offering this Course.

Is Medical Interpreting Right for You?

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In an increasingly multicultural society, medical interpreters are in demand in almost every type of healthcare setting. Employers are seeking multilingual individuals who can demonstrate fluency in English as well as other languages. While individuals who are bilingual may have the foundation to become professional interpreters, they are required to have a medical interpreting training course in medical terminology, ethics, and medical procedures and protocols, all of which are included in our medical interpreting courses.


“Employment of interpreters and translators is expected to grow 46 percent from 2010 to 2020, much faster than the average for all occupations. Employment growth reflects an increasingly diverse U.S. population, which is expected to require more interpreters and translators.”  
-The U.S. Bureau of Labor

 

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60-Hour Medical interpreting Course

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