All Modules in a Bundle

The main goal of this 40- hour training program is to develop your skills and competency not just to take a certification exam, but also to achieve the necessary level of knowledge to effectively perform the duties of a medical interpreter in the real world.

This program focuses on the practice and application of knowledge through realistic simulated medical encounters. You will have the opportunity to rehearse and discover new vocabulary by interpreting medical documents, narrations and doctor-patient conversations as if you were in an actual medical encounter. This course is taught in English only; however, you will be interpreting from English into your target language. The skills and technique you’ll learn can be applied to any language.

The educational objectives of this program are derived from the guidelines and requirements outlined by the major medical interpreting organizations and certifying entities, especially the National Standards for Healthcare Interpreting Programs issued by the National Council on Interpreting in Health Care (NCIHC).

The perfect blend of hundreds of multiple-choice questions with the practice of challenging simulated medical encounters will help you be prepared for the written and oral certification exam. Upon completion of this program you’ll feel confident and pleased to know that you not only have reached your learning goals, but also advanced beyond an entry level. The 40-hour course together with bonus courses amount to more than 60 hours of superb training material.

Please note that the medical terminology courses are translated into: Arabic, Mandarin, French, Russian, and Vietnamese.

Bonus Courses to Prep for the National Exam!

Because we care about your success, we’ve created these complimentary laboratory modules to help you further prepare for the national certification exams and your interpreting career. These 20+ hours of content are included, FREE of charge, when you enroll in The Complete 40-hour Program. 

In these modules, we’ll review in detail the national written exams and practice with dozens of exam-like questions. For the oral component, you’ll find many exercises that simulate the exams in structure and level of difficulty.  These mock exams cover many other medical specialties, such as gastroenterology, pulmonology, OBGYN, nutrition, dermatology, ophthalmology and many more.

You will also find many memory exercise, note-taking practice, medical illustrations and videos, shadowing exercises, educational games, and a lot more top-notch materials. Furthermore, you will be able to meet other MITS students to study together and chat with the trainer if you sign up for our Study Buddy special feature. Everything you need to succeed is here at MITS! But that’s not all, upon request you get for free our brand-new EtoE training modules. What’s the EtoE? Lean more below.

Written Exam Prep

This course is a detailed guide on how to approach the different types of questions, strategies for answering multiple-choice items, and a review of the topics to be tested. Plus two mock exams to test your knowledge.

Sight Prep

In this oral laboratory course, you'll find many more exam-style documents to practice with medical and legal terms like those found in the real exam. You'll gain more confidence and fluency in this interpreting mode.

Simultaneous Prep

Many interpreters dread this interpreting mode, but those who invest time to practice and take advantage of all their resources have nothing to fear. The oral skills you’ll gain in this course will be invaluable to your interpreting career.

Consecutive Prep

The largest component of the national certification exam is consecutive interpreting. You can't afford to score low in this interpreting mode if you are serious about passing that rigorous oral test. Let's practice together!

The Toolbox

In this module, you will find lots of oral and written exercises, videos, visuals, and educational games that will help you refine your skillset. You will also find exclusive resources and access to other MITS students.

The Complete 40-hour Program

For Interpreters of All Languages
$ 640 1 whole year access
  • Get the 10 courses that comprise the 40-hour program
  • Plus more than 20 hours of exam preparation material
  • Get your Certificate of Completion after completing the core 40 hours

Are you planning to get the Performance Certification?

If you’re working towards the Performance certification provided by the Certification Commission for Healthcare Interpreters (CCHI), look no further. MITS offers two comprehensive and free-of-charge modules to help you prepare for the EtoE exam. Don’t know yet? Not sure what this is all about? No problem. Learn more details below or discover within the program once you enroll.

What is the CCHI EtoE Exam and the
CoreCHI-Performance™ Certification?

In a few words, the English-to-English (EtoE) exam is an oral exam that interpreters of all languages can take to earn the new CoreCHI-Performance™ Certification offered by the Certification Commission for Healthcare Interpreters (CCHI).

The special characteristic about this oral exam is that it is all in English. This is not a bilingual interpreting exam; you will not be required to interpret or translate. If you’d like to obtain the CoreCHI-P™ certification, you need to pass the EtoE exam.

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