Interpreter Training

This is set up to be a comprehensive introduction to medical interpreting. Training is broken into sections and covers mode of interpretation, skills needed to become an interpreter, laws, confidentiality, Code of Ethics, and role-playing.
Continuing Education: Continuing education is not only required for certified interpreters, it also offers interpreters of all levels of experience the opportunity to continue learning and evolving in the profession. The following workshops are available:

  • Anatomy of the Body
  • Diseases
  • Nervous System and End of Life
  • Emergency Room

Skills and Knowledge:

  • Ethics
  • Improving Oral Skills
  • Improving Written Skills
  • Sight Translation
  • Simultaneous vs. Consecutive
  • Stress and the Interpreter
  • Memory Skills
  • Cultural Ethics
  • Notes Taking
  • Community Interpreting

Language Assessment

Bilingual Testing & Training: We offer medical interpreter training and language assessment services. From in-house interpreters or bilingual employee training to over the telephone language assessment, Global 1 Voice is your best value choice. We are able to add languages as requested by clients. There are three main steps to becoming a trained interpreter:

  1. Language Assessment
  2. Interpreter Training
  3. Continuing Education

Language Assessment: Our language assessment test is offered over the phone in several languages. The test covers five areas: Comprehension, Fluency, Vocabulary, Accent and Pronunciation, and Grammar.

Language Training

Language Training: One of the biggest demands in the industry is language training, which is why we have developed a variety of classes, including “Spanish for Healthcare Professionals”. We offer weekly sessions in our office or we’ll be happy to customize a class for you, in your office.