The Community Interpreter® International: Training of Trainers

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The Community Interpreter® International: Training of Trainers

2,600.00

Dates: July 10-15, 2017 (Monday-Saturday) 

Time: 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Location: Ecker Business Center of Howard Community College
                  6751 Columbia Gateway Drive
                  Columbia, MD 21046

Audience: Interpreter trainers, and aspiring trainers of interpreters, who have graduated from another 40-hour interpreting program and wish to offer a national 40 to 100-hour curriculum without licensing fees.

Registration Deadline: June 26, 2017

Register for the Fall 2017 session here.

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THE COMMUNITY INTERPRETER INTERNATIONAL (TCII) is the only national 40-hour licensed certificate program for community interpreting. This 42-hour Training of Trainers (TOT) licenses trainers across the U.S. and worldwide to deliver that program. THE COMMUNITY INTERPRETER INTERNATIONAL and its TOT constitute the most comprehensive, in-depth program anywhere in the U.S. for trainers who seek to train community interpreters working in a broad spectrum of public and private services. This dynamic, interactive TOT program emphasizes skills building, role plays, small group work, video vignettes, discussion and case studies. It is designed to train interpreters in medical, educational and social services.

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Since 2004, Cross-Cultural Communications has delivered its training-of-trainers (TOT) program for THE COMMUNITY INTERPRETER INTERNATIONAL from Florida to California. It comes in two formats: a six-day format for those who have attended another 40-hour program but have NOT attended TCII; and a four-day format for prior graduates of TCII. The longer format begins with a special two-day compressed session of TCII, followed by the regular four-day TOT. Any graduate of TCII may attend the four day portion of the TOT without attending the two-day introductory session, at the lower price of $1,875. To register for the four-day session please email us a copy of your TCII training certificate. (TCII training must have been given by CCC or TCII-licensed agency.)

This program includes a certificate and is approved by the Certification Commission for Healthcare Interpreters for 12 CCHI CE hours and by the American Translators Association for 10 ATA CEPs.

Read more about this program here.

All successful graduates of either the four-day or six-day TOT program (and/or the agencies who send the trainers) will be eligible to become licensed to give sessions of THE COMMUNITY INTERPRETER INTERNATIONAL. There is no charge for licensing. For details about licensing, please email us or call 410.312.5599.

THE COMMUNITY INTERPRETER INTERNATIONAL is a unique program designed to be delivered either to interpreters who work in health care, schools or community services, or to interpreters who work in all three areas. For example, for one session a trainer might choose to present the program for a group of medical interpreters and target the curriculum to meet their needs. In another session, the trainer might choose to address educational interpreters alone. In addition, trainers who attend the TOT will be offered an optional curriculum for a one-day medical terminology workshop, including the trainer's handbook and participant workbook. At the licensed trainer's discretion, this medical terminology workshop may be presented in conjunction with, or separately from, THE COMMUNITY INTERPRETER INTERNATIONAL.

Tuition covers licensing, two different versions of the participant textbook, the workbook, the trainer's guide, one copy of the Medical Terminology for Interpreters handbook for a separate one-day workshop and a pdf trainer's guide for the Medical Terminology workshop.

The closest airport is Baltimore-Washington International (BWI). Here is a list of nearby hotels.

More from our Fall 2016 participants:

The materials and resources [were] very organized and provide a ton of activities.

Great energy and balance of course materials.  Real life stories and presentation.

Great trainers -- can't ask for more. 

From our Summer 2016 participants:

Engaging training, great practice time and time to apply knowledge...fantastic opportunities for feedback.

Such a wonderful program, I will highly recommend to other interpreters [who] are looking for a TOT program.

Thank you, thank you, thank you! This was a FANTASTIC opportunity, I feel so fortunate to have learned from such amazing trainers and peers.

From our Fall 2015 participants:

Interactive, fun and totally oriented to the strengths of the participants.

Thank you very much for empowering us.  This is an excellent training.

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