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Full tuition waivers for this course are available for MSU Denver students, staff, and faculty. Please email lang[email protected] to receive information about tuition waivers.
Language is key to communication, culture, and understanding. As a Community Interpreter you can bridge the gap between parties who do not share a language, and make information more accessible to all.
The Professional Interpreter in Community Settings lays the foundations for your skills in interpreting in community settings. Community interpreting contexts relate primarily to the areas of Healthcare, Education, and Social Services.
Your instructor will work with you individually to understand your personal and professional goals and will provide guidance on best pathways towards becoming a professional interpreter.
Registrations is now open! To register for this course, please email [email protected], subject: INTERPRET.
This course is eight weeks long and completely online. The course will run in Spring 2024.
The course costs $595 with a $35 processing fee. Full tuition waivers are available for MSU Denver students, staff, and faculty. Please email [email protected] to receive information about tuition waivers.
Please note that this course requires proof of proficiency in Spanish. A short prerequisite exam must be completed before registration is completed.
This course provides an overview of interpreting in community settings. Community interpreting is an umbrella specialization that includes interpreting primarily in Healthcare, Education, and Social Services. This course offers students opportunities to develop their interpreting skills in the field. It also provides an overview of current national initiatives working to formalize the interpreting profession. Coursework includes theoretical knowledge and practical application of interpreting skills, applying existing codes of ethics and standards of practice from one interpreting specialization to another, glossary development, critical thinking and decision-making process, and role-plays / presentation exercises that simulate different kinds of encounters in community interpreting settings.
Giovanna Carriero-Contreras is a graduate of the prestigious School of Translation and Interpretation in Geneva, Switzerland and for over 30 years, she has been a noteworthy leader in the language industry space. She is a sought-after industry national and international speaker. Giovanna is not only a seasoned translator and interpreter herself but is also an interpreter trainer and published language industry author, having co-authored The Community Interpreter® – International (TCII) textbook and workbook.
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Denver, CO 80217-3362