Health Occupations Center

Course Description:

This 50 hour course introduces theories and practical aspects of healthcare interpreting.  Students will learn about the role of the interpreter, understand and apply processing and information management skills, ethical decision making, and become knowledgeable about the profession.  These techniques and skills can be applied in healthcare, education, asylum, mental health and social services environments.  Good communication is essential and your classroom participation is very important.

 

Prerequisite:  

A passing score on the HOC Math/English Assessment test and completion of Medical Terminology course.  No High School Diploma or equivalent required for this class.

 

Registration Costs: 

$100.00

 

Additional Fees:  (Other prerequisite costs may vary)

Item

Approximate Cost

Due Date

Book

$40.00

First day of class

 

Schedule:

Start Date

End Date

Days of the Week

Times

August 7, 2018

December 18, 2018

Tuesdays

6:30 pm – 9:00 pm

 

Instructor:

E. Geschwind-Savin

 

How to get started?

Check our website or contact the Health Occupations Center office on Friday, July 13, 2018 for possible second chance orientation information. 

 

Refund policy for this class:

Refunds for this class are permitted only until the 2nd class meeting.  A $25.00 administrative processing fee will be charged for withdrawal/refund of this class.

 

 
Healthcare Interpreting