Consecutive interpreting is the primary mode of interpretation in the medical field. And for that reason, it is the largest component tested in the national certification exams. You cannot afford to score low in this portion of the exam if you are serious about passing these rigorous tests.
In this consecutive lab module, you’ll find many exam-like exercises full of medical terminology, jargon, expression, colloquialisms, slang that will help you improve your vocabulary. You’ll also find challenging segments that will help you develop your short-term memory, note-taking, and listening skills. You will be able to record your interpretations and read the scripts to better analyze your performance. Please note that these exercises are in English only and you will be interpreting one direction (i.e., your working language); however, the skills you’ll acquire can be applied to any language.
Get behind the wheel and hone your skills with these realistic medical encounters.
This bonus material will help you:
Improve your ability to deliver accurate interpretations
Enhance your clarity and enunciation
Self-assess your weak point to better target your learning
Enhance your interpreting delivery
Build up your self-confidence
Refresh and learn new vocabulary
Great interpreters are not made overnight, so get yourself some coffee and spent a few more hours practicing and honing your skills. You can never be too prepared!
This lab module is free of charge for MITS students enrolled in our 40-hour training program.