CHIA 2018 Annual Educational Conference
Mar
8
to Mar 9

CHIA 2018 Annual Educational Conference

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We had a wonderful time reconnecting with old friends and making new ones at CHIA's 18th Annual Educational Conference in Irvine!

In addition, we hosted our first Meet the Author Event with our author, Suzanna Reiss-Koncar. Suzanna answered questions and signed copies of her book, Healthcare Interpreting with Heart and Mind.

See you at next year's CHIA Conference!

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Medical Terminology for Interpreters
Mar
22
8:30 AM08:30

Medical Terminology for Interpreters

Prepare for national medical interpreter certification -- interpreters of all languages welcomed!

This one-day workshop on Medical Terminology for Interpreters offered by CCC since 2006 is a vital first step. Two national job surveys/analyses showed that medical terminology is a critical component of the healthcare interpreter's performance and medical terminology will be tested for both national medical interpreter certifications. Not to worry: this lively one-day workshop isn't dry.

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The Community Interpreter® International
Apr
26
to May 11

The Community Interpreter® International

  • Ecker Business Training Center (map)
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Become a trained, professional interpreter! Join us in 2019 for our 40-hour foundation program: The Community Interpreter International

Spring session dates: April 26, 27, May 3, 4 and 11 (two Fridays and three Saturdays)
Summer session dates: July 29-August 2 (Monday-Friday)
Fall session dates: October 4, 5, 11, 12 and 19 (two Fridays and three Saturdays)

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How to Work with an Interpreter
May
10
8:30 AM08:30

How to Work with an Interpreter

This half-day workshop is one of our most popular! It offers a practical, skills-based introduction to working effectively with interpreters in a variety of settings. Whether you work in healthcare, schools or almost any community service today, this workshop will help you better serve Limited English Proficient (LEP) clients or patients. There is also a special focus on how to work with both qualified and untrained interpreters.

This in-depth, hands-on workshop opens eyes, builds skills and helps participants to understand that working effectively with an interpreter is key to providing services to LEP clients and patients. Learn more!

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Cultural Competence in Health and Human Services
May
10
1:00 PM13:00

Cultural Competence in Health and Human Services

If you serve diverse clients or patients, how can you provide effective services across cultures? This half-day workshop focuses on solutions. You do NOT need to be a cultural expert on 300 cultures. On the contrary: based on research, federal standards and best practices, this workshop shows you universal communication skills to bridge the cultural divide. 

The workshop includes film vignettes, role plays, interactive activities and planning. The focus is practical. It is based on national standards for cultural and linguistic com­petence from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Minority Health, as well as federal laws and national best practices. Learn more!

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MELLFIN 14th Annual Conference
May
23
9:00 AM09:00

MELLFIN 14th Annual Conference

  • College Park Marriott Hotel & Conference Center (map)
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We had a wonderful time exhibiting at the Maryland ELL Family Involvement Network (MELLFIN) Annual Conference: Transforming Engagement: Valuing Diversity, Promoting Equity, and Inspiring Change. Congratulations to MELLFIN for their best conference-turn-out yet!

We learned about the latest trends in educational interpreting and translation and reconnected with many CCC training participants and clients. Check out the photos here!

See you next year!

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Building Blocks for Educational Interpreters
Jun
1
8:30 AM08:30

Building Blocks for Educational Interpreters

Grow and hone your skills for the everyday challenges of educational interpreting. Confidently accept a variety of assignments such as: parent-teacher conferences, back-to-school nights and IEP meetings.

Designed and delivered by experienced educational interpreters, this workshop will build your knowledge, skills and insight through demonstrations, practice, activities, video vignettes, role plays and more.

Participants will receive a notepad and packet of specially designed materials — including many self-study activities for use after the workshop. Learn more!

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The Community Interpreter International®: TOT
Jul
15
to Jul 20

The Community Interpreter International®: TOT

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Are you an interpreter trainer or hoping to become one? Do you want to train medical, educational and/or social services interpreters? Then visit us in 2019 for the only Training of Trainers that provides a comprehensive curriculum -- including professionally designed Power Points and NO licensing fees! Join our over 300 licensed trainers in 37 U.S. states, Washington, DC, Guam and six other countries.

Summer session dates: July 15-20, 2019
Fall session dates:
November 18-23, 2019

 

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La Cosecha 23rd Annual Dual Language Conference
Nov
14
to Nov 17

La Cosecha 23rd Annual Dual Language Conference

  • Santa Fe Community Convention Center (map)
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CCC's Maisoon Ateem Abdelrhman and Michelle Gallagher joined more than 3,000 attendees at La Cosecha 23rd Annual Dual Language Conference. We learned so much from educators and administrators who had traveled from across the country to attend the nation’s largest dual language conference.

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CIT 2018 Biennial Conference
Oct
31
to Nov 3

CIT 2018 Biennial Conference

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We were delighted to present and exhibit for the first time at The Conference of Interpreter Trainers (CIT) Biennial Conference.

On November 3, Marjory Bancroft, Founder of CCC, co-presented with Katharine Allen, Co-President of InterpretAmerica: Walk on the Wild Side: Training Trauma-informed Interpreters for Signed and Spoken Languages in the Same Classroom.

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CIT's purpose is to encourage the preparation of interpreters who can effectively negotiate interpreted interactions within the wider society in which Deaf people live. As such, one of our primary goals is to increase our students' knowledge concerning the Deaf community, Deaf peoples' linguistic rights and our role in the preservation of ASL.
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