Medical Interpreter Training & Continuing Education
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.
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.
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.
All across the globe the demand for foreign language interpreters is growing daily. Training those interpreters is in increased demand and companies want interpreters with great, formal training. A basic, introductory class just doesn’t suffice anymore. Interpreters need more than conversational fluency in a second language. The global economy of today needs interpreters who understand interpreting nuance, specific rules and laws that apply to each different segment , and interpreters who are culturally trained. Ethics and confidentiality have always been a must. Global 1 Voice takes training to the next level.
Global 1 Voice was created to provide access to professional training and testing for interpreters and bilingual employees who are used as interpreters in professional, medical, legal and business offices. At Global 1 Voice, we believe that as the number of Limited English Proficiency (LEP) patients and clients continues to grow, the demand for competent interpreting services will increase. In turn, this creates a demand for trained interpreters.
- Medical & Interpreter Training 90% 90%
- Language Training 95% 95%
- Language Assessment 98% 98%
- Continuting Education 88% 88%
Three Steps to Becoming a Trained Interpreter
Frequently Asked Questions
If I complete this course will I be a certified medical interpreter?
What language is the course taught in?
How do I register for the BTG course?
What is the cancellation policy?
CommGap offer national level medical interpreter training. CommGap is an authorized Bridging the Gap vendor. Bridging the Gap is a 60 hour course that trains and teaches interpreters and bilingual employees to work as interpreters in a healthcare setting. This is a language neutral course that is taught in English and is open to speakers of all languages. Prior experience in the medical and/or interpreting fields is helpful but not required. Please contact us to register for the upcoming class.
CommGap offers easy access to foreign language tests which can be done easily over the phone. Remote testing is a simple way for employers to test the skills of bilingual employees that also do bilingual job duties. This is a perfect way to be in compliance with language testing. CommGap offers custom tests based on client needs, vocabulary levels and project details.
Bilingual Testing & Training
CommGap not only tests language skills, we also offer language courses for your employees who need to build vocabulary or prepare for specific assignments. We can help you look good to your clients by training your employees to understand and use business level vocabulary.
Medical specific vocabulary, testing and training is available through our Bridging the Gap license. We can build custom training to match the needs of your office.
Medical interpreters are required to take continuing education classes in order to maintain their license. CommGap offers an array of interpreter continuing education classes to improve performance, language and vocabulary skills. These classes are also available to clients who wish to improve their knowledge of medical terminology and other interpreting related skills.