Introducing Berkeley Language Institutes’ Non-
Language Specific Healthcare Interpreting Winter/Spring Sessions.
Instructors: Nora Goodfriend-Koven MPH
Francine Kuipers, founder of the Berkeley Language Institute
Angela Zawadzki PhD
Judit Marin MA
(for more information about our instructors, please click here)
Location: The Berkeley Language Institute (click
here for directions)
Dates and Times: See schedules (click here)
workshop is $575 per person with early registration, and $730 per
- 2-hour workshops are available for $60 per person; and
- 3-hour workshops are available for $75 per person.
Early bird pricing is available (register by December 20th, 2018).
Courses: See specific descriptions for the courses (click here).
that all workshops within the Non- Language Specific Healthcare
Interpreting Fall/Winter Sessions include practice exercises in sight
translation, simultaneous interpretation and consecutive interpretation.
Join us! Berkeley Language Institute (BLI) is pleased to present its Intensive 44-Hour Non-Language Specific Medical Interpreting Workshop offered by experienced instructors and working certified interpreters.
Our courses are designed to prepare those seeking certification in
healthcare interpreting and hospital and clinical staff who want to
understand the basics in this field. These workshops are meant to
increase a healthcare interpreter’s competency by building the skills
and vocabulary needed in real-life settings.
that current BLI instructors are certified by CCHI and that BLI is
working to establish further accreditation with IMIA and to obtain
CIMSE credits with the Judicial Council, please contact us at
email@example.com for up to date information. BLI is
working with CCHI to gain CEAP accreditation with CCHI for the
Oncology, Hospice & Palliative Care, Working with Worker’s Comp and
Mental Health Units.
Our Healthcare Interpreting Workshop is accepted for CCHI’s
pre-evaluation 40-training requirement. Register early for registration
discounts. Capacity is limited and a minimum of 7 students must be registered for the class to proceed.