The 40-hour community interpreter certificate program is the first step toward developing professional skills as an interpreter, including eight core-interpreting principles, resolving ethical challenges, application of reflective practice, protocols, skill building strategies, bias awareness, effective legal interpreting, and ethics and standards best practices. Participants will learn how to assess situations and become aware of errors that could ultimately and seriously affect the outcome of an encounter. Participants will be contacted upon registration to schedule the language pretest. The Wyoming Department of Health Office of Health Equity is offering $300 tuition reimbursement scholarships. Go to https://goo.gl/forms/r9ZP6w00xlu65oXi1
for the scholarship application. This class qualifies for 2.5 PTSB credits.
Registration closes Monday June 11, 2018.