Module One of Ten
This 4-hour course will provide you with the foundational knowledge and linguistic tools necessary to perform the role of a professional medical interpreter. You’ll have the opportunity to learn and review essential grammar, techniques, jargon, and skills that are the cornerstone of every adept interpreter working in the medical field.
In this class, you will have the opportunity to practice and apply your knowledge during the lectures and quizzes. You’ll find over 100 multiple-choice questions that will help you further assess and reinforce your knowledge acquisition. Upon completion of this class you will be able to:
- Define and identify what professional medical interpreting entails.
- Define the various elements of language interpretation and its characteristics.
- Describe and identify the modes of interpretation and the specific skills needed to carry out each mode.
- Effectively identify potential communication breakdowns due to improper language conversion.
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"I love the way they broke it down in the linguistics at the beginning. I did not realize it could be pulled apart in such detail and organization. This has helped me a lot."
“MITS offered a very nice and flexible way to learn and get the basic 40-hour certification. I would truly recommend the MITS course to others that are seeking to get started in the medical interpreting field due to its flexibility, great content, and organization of each courses.”
“As a nurse, I found the information very accurate and helpful. Learning how to re-structure sentences to not lose context was very helpful. MITS was the most complete course and allowed me to work at my own pace. I enjoyed MITS very much! It was challenging and interesting.”