The Interpreter Trainer Online October 2021

SKU#: 79 ITOOctober2021
$700.00
In stock

During this LIVE online program, learn how to train interpreters ONLINE in medical, educational and social services or business interpreting. See below for session dates. Reserve your spot today!

Do you need to train interpreters online? Immediately?

Attend this 20-hour online training of trainers (TOT). Find out how to train interpreters in medical, educational, social services or business interpreting. This TOT offers you:

  • Five 4-hour sessions with a national leader in the field: Katharine Allen, MA, Co-President of InterpretAmerica.
  • Instruction in how to teach live (synchronous) programs; self-paced (asynchronous) programs; or both (hybrid programs).
  • Clear, simple guidance on how to teach ethics, standards, protocols, skills, addressing communication barriers and more in an online medium.
  • Access to course materials, videos—and sample activities from the nation’s leading program for medical or community interpreters.

You can attend the TOT in a flexible format. If you miss part of a session, you can view the recording later.

Interpreting is a practice profession. You will receive guidance in online training for interpreters that:

  • Is skills-based.
  • Includes practice.
  • Is interactive.
  • Involves small group work and role plays.
  • Improves ethical decision-making.

The TOT includes five modules.

Module 1: How to set up your virtual classroom

Module 2: How to teach a class in real time using a platform such as Zoom

Module 3: How to manage classes online in large groups (up to 20+ interpreters)

Module 4: How to teach role plays, ethics and other small-group activities, using materials adapted from The Community Interpreter® International and The Medical Interpreter.

Module 5: Teachback! Trainer participants will model their skills and receive peer and instructor feedback.


Feedback from our participants:

"All the course materials were very effective and relevant. The group discussions were very effective, both small groups and the whole group. Learning from each other’s experiences is the key for adult learners."

"To see participants' engagement in the course is amazing. I did not expect an online course could have that impact and active learning experience. I enjoyed interacting with different perspectives and experiences in the field of interpretation and humanitarian services."

"Thank you so much for this online course. I now feel less anxious about doing an online training."


Class Schedule:

  • October 5 (Tuesday)
  • October 7 (Thursday)
  • October 12 (Tuesday)
  • October 14 (Thursday)
  • October 19 (Tuesday)

Timetable: 12:00-5:00 p.m. ET (9:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. PT) with a break from 2:00-3:00 p.m. ET (11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. PT)

CEUs:

  • Certification Commission for Healthcare Interpreters (CCHI): 8 CE hours
  • International Medical Interpreters Association: 0.8 IMIA/NBCMI CEUs
  • American Translators Association: 10 ATA CEPs
  • The Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf: 2.0 RID CEUs*
  • Ontario Council on Community Interpreting: 20 OCCI PDUs

*Please note that there is an additional $20 processing fee, per program, for RID CEUs.

 

Technical requirements:

  • Desktop or laptop computer (recommend i5 processor or above) with webcam (The course may not be taken on a tablet, phone or other small device.)
  • Zoom (Updated Version)
  • Chrome or Firefox (Updated Version)
  • Quality headset with boom mounted microphone Advice on choosing a headset.
  • High speed internet (minimum 5 mbps upload/10 download) Test Your Speed.
  • Ethernet cable (Must connect computer directly to router. Minimum quality CAT6)*
  • Ethernet to USB adapter (if needed)*
  • External Monitor*

*Recommended but not required

 
FAQ:
  • What is a good headset to use for this TOT, and for delivering online training in general?
  • Are there any apps or software that can replicate a whiteboard that can be used in synchronous Zoom sessions?
    • Zoom itself has a whiteboard feature. We will definitely be practicing with this during the training!

This course is limited to 20 participants. Once the course has reached capacity, those interested will be added to a waitlist in the order in which their inquiry is received.

 

Attendance Policy for Live Online Training Programs

In order to receive a course completion certificate, participants in our live online programs must submit all applicable documentation; complete all coursework requirements; be visible on their webcam for the entire program; and complete the applicable attendance requirement:

  • For live online programs shorter than 10 hours, participants must attend all live scheduled hours.

  • For live online programs 10 hours or longer, participants may miss no more than 10% of the total live scheduled hours. (For example, attendance of 18 hours is required for a 20-hour program; attendance of 36 hours is required for a 40-hour program.)

Disruptive Behavior Policy

In order to uphold the collaborative nature of our online training programs, Cross-Cultural Communications reserves the right to remove any participant for abusive or aggressive behavior, spoken or written, towards CCC staff, trainers or other participants. We recognize that the past year has been difficult for everyone. However, our participants, trainers and staff have the right to a safe and respectful learning and working environment. We thank you for your understanding.

Training Participant Information Release

By registering for our live online training programs, you agree to allow Cross-Cultural Communications, LLC to share your contact information with participants in the same training session for purposes of creating a collaborative online training experience for all participants. Should you have concerns or not wish to have your contact information shared by CCC, prior to the training session please contact Michelle Gallagher, Managing Director.

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