It's Here! -- Healthcare Interpreting with Heart and Mind: An Intermediate Textbook for Medical Interpreting
On August 2, 2017 we released the second volume of our medical interpreting series. This intermediate textbook will challenge and inform medical interpreters. It includes complex role plays that address many medical specialties; an array of exercises related to ethics, skills and decision-making; graphics with medical terminology lists; and a Spanish-English medical terminology glossary.
The author, Suzanna Reiss-Koncar, holds a master's degree in public health, is a certified healthcare interpreter (CHITM) and has worked as a hospital staff interpreter for more than a decade.
We're pleased to announce the return of our wildly popular video series which answers your questions about interpreting. Featuring CCC Director Marjory A. Bancroft and InterpretAmerica Co-President Katharine Allen, InterpreTIPS provides short, insightful responses for interpreters and interpreter trainers alike.
NEW! TPIO Brings You LIVE Online Training for Interpreters
We're excited to announce the release of TPIO's 2017 Training Calendar! There are online programs for interpreters and bilingual staff; a cultural competence program; and How to Work with Interpreters. We'll also hold the third session of our popular training of trainers The Interpreter Trainer Online: How to Deliver Effective Remote Training for Interpreters.
(TPIO stands for The Professional Interpreter Online, a new company formed by CCC and Cesco Linguistic Services)
Educational Interpreting: Video Tips for Interpreters and Staff
On March 1st, we released the second installment of our video training series for general, medical and community interpreting. Educational Interpreting: Video Tips for Interpreters and Staff features vignettes based on real-life examples of issues faced by interpreters and staff in educational settings. Languages include: Korean, Spanish and Vietnamese.
We're honored to be on the cover of the Nov.-Dec. ATA Chronicle!
What is the greatest gift interpreters can give victims of trauma? Find out in this November 2016 ATA Chronicle cover feature by CCC Director Marjory Bancroft.