We are proud to announce the inaugural session of The Indigenous Interpreter:
A Credentialed Training Program sponsored by Indigenous Interpreting+. This 21-module, 63-hour training program is the first of its kind and is offered free of cost during the inaugural training. The training was created especically to address the unique challenges indigenous interpreters face in the eld. It is designed for indigenous interpreters speaking languages from Mexico and Central America. The training will be given in English by bilingual (Spanish-English) instructors.
This curriculum trains indigenous interpreters on interpreting ethics, protocols and modes, including consecutive relay and simultaneous interpreting in healthcare and community settings. Graduates of the program will receive the Indigenous Interpreting+ National Credential: Level 1 Quali cation.
Where: Salinas, California
When: January 9 – 20, 2017 (Monday – Friday, 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM daily)
Hosted by: Indigenous Interpreting+, a service of Natividad Medical Foundation
Instructors: Katharine Allen, Mati, and Victor Sosa, CMI
Please contact Judith Pacheco, Indigenous Interpreting+ Interpreter Coordinator, at (855) 662-5300 or firstname.lastname@example.org for interpreting services and more detailed information about training content, travel, lodging, proficiency testing, and any other questions you may have. Please visit www.interpretnmf.com for more information about Indigenous Interpreting+.