All of our courses cover ethics, professional conduct, focused skills, industry vocabulary, positioning, sight translation, interpreting modes, cultural mediation, intervention strategies and other vital skills.
The Community interpreting includes medical, educational and social services interpreting. It is one of the fastest-growing professions in the world.
Cross-Cultural Communications (CCC) partners with 1World Translation & Transport (1WTT) to be your affordable home for professional training and continuing education.
To become a qualified interpreter in the field, a 40-hour program is considered the minimum requirement. CCC offers the finest such program in the world: The Community Interpreter®.
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CCC’s program, The Community Interpreter®, is taught across the country. It is the leading national program.
CCC has more than 140 licensed trainers in 28 U.S.states, DC, Guam, AND 20 COUNTEUES S
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HOW IT WORKS The Community Interpreter® is an interactive, skills-based program. It’s never boring. It is also the most up-to date program in the field. The sessions ground you in what you need to know to work as a professional interpreter.
Language Proficiency Proof:
TCI accreditation requires testing in the participant’s non-native language only. Proficiency in the NATIVE language is usually provided through a high school diploma or higher degree where the language of instruction is the native language of the candidate. If the participant grew up in the U.S. speaking both languages, we will test only the non-English language.
Note: A participant with a college degree from an accredited university where the native language was the instruction language can be exempt from the language proficiency test requirement for that language.
Under the TCI® license agreement you must pass a neutral third-party language assessment. The language proficiency testing ensures that there is a basic level of fluency in both English and the Target Language. If you already have a copy of your scores from a recognized fluency test, please contact us to determine if it can take the place of the required language assessment.
Licensed TCI Instructor: Linda DeSantiago
40-hour The Community Interpreter Training
TRAINING DATES Sept/Oct 2019
Monday, September 30
Tuesday, October 1
Wednesday, October 2
Thursday, October 3
Friday, October 4
Class meets Monday to Friday
8am - 5 pm
Except for Thursday Oct. 3rd, training will be from 12noon to 5 pm
1870 W. 122nd Ave., Westminster, Colorado 80234*
(located inside DeVry University Westminster Campus)
*Location may subject to change and classroom will be determined
Includes non-refundable $150 registration fee, course textbook, and a signed Certificate of Successful Completion.
Payment plans is available. Please call John at 303-485-5200 for more information
Registration is open until September 20th, 2019. Please note language proficiency must be completed by September 19th, 2019 at the latest.
LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY TEST FEE:
TCI requires testing in the participant's non-native language only. Fee: $100, non-refundable and not included in the course registration fee
MINIMUM AGE AND EDUCATION:
Participants must be 18 or older and have a high school degree or the equivalent. Proof of high school graduation, GED, or equivalent is required.
Please download our online application and email the complete form to firstname.lastname@example.org We will then call to arrange for proficiency test. If you have any questions about the training please call Agi at 720-641-8081