Class begins February 15, 2020
Medical Healthcare Interpreter Training
Start: February 15, 2020
- Language Neutral - All Languages
- Class meets Saturdays and Sundays
- Early morning session
- Live Instructor Training: 8:00 am (PST) / 11:00 am (EST)
Program finishes 5 weeks after start date
Students must attend ALL Live Instructor sessions on designated days.
Prerequisite: InterpreterEd.com Bilingual Assessment
InterpreterEd.com takes pride in interpreter success and emphasizes effective learning experiences. Our program will challenge you like no other, but we will prepare you like no other as well.
In this InterpreterEd.com training program you will have the opportunity to learn all of the information needed to pass your national certification exam. In this course you will:
- Complete purpose-driven learning assignments
- Engage in meaningful learning experiences
- Practice interpreting skills with your classmates
- Focus on carefully curated medical terminology
- Learn and receive helpful guidance from your instructor and the instructional staff.
Instructional Staff? Yes! Classes will meet Saturdays and Sundays for early morning sessions. This is to be convenient for both East Coast and West Coast students. Students will need to attend all class sessions, properly complete all assignments and also successfully pass the final exam to receive a certificate of completion.
MANDATORY: For attendance - ALL students must be on logged in to the webcam during the entirety of the class sessions.
Ms. Lomeli worked for Los Angeles Superior court for 25 years; 10 years in criminal proceedings and 15 years in civil litigation. She completed a certification program at California State University Los Angeles in the legal interpretation and translation. Soon thereafter, she completed the 40-hour Medical Healthcare Interpreter training program and became nationally certified by the Certification Commission for Healthcare Interpreters. Ms. Lomeli also completed the state’s Domestic Violence Advocate Training program to work as an interpreter in Women's Shelter and other women’s advocacy causes. She is currently an independent contractor working as a Certified Healthcare Interpreter™ with extensive experience in video remote, phone and face-to-face interpreting with specialty in simultaneous interpretation. Furthermore, she is an accomplished Instructor/Trainer for the 40-hour Medical Healthcare Interpreter training program. She has contributed and remains as a main consult in the creation of interpreter continued education classes, training and webinars. She is an active member and volunteer for California Healthcare Interpreters Association and member of International Medical Interpreters Association and the National Council on Interpreting in Health Care.