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Join thousands of bilingual professionals and enter the rewarding field of Interpreting and Translation.

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InterpreterTraining.com provides language professionals the tools they will need to expand their knowledge and skills and broaden the opportunities for bilingual individuals in Healthcare, Law, Business and Government.  We have HIPAA training to meet the compliance requirements of those working or planning on applying for positions that have access to protected health information.  Our Human Resource tools allow both small and large corporations the ability to publish their mandatory education and orientation brochures. With custom designed quiz and test material, you can easily document those that have read and passed the test to ensure all are clear with the policies and procedures they are expected to follow.  Our Interpreter Training program provides a clear path from training and development to certification.  Having successfully completed interpreter training, interpreters will have the ability to expand their marketable services to a growing base of clients. With ongoing courses in specialized fields, interpreters can position themselves ahead of their peers and grow successfully. 

Most adults today find themselves without time to devote to their own personal development.  InterpreterTraining.Com is designed for those that do not have a regular schedule to commit to an extended course schedule or the funds to finance an expensive college degree.  Please review our certificate programs, these certificate courses are available when and where you need them at a cost you can afford

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Interpreter training is essential to those who are preparing for certification exams. But what happens once an interpreter become certified? In order to maintain their certification, interpreters are required by most states and certifying organizations to participate in continuing education (CE). Continuing education usually involves attending conferences and taking classes and ...
 "I was able to train at night when I did not have distractions.  I feel that I was able to retain more material then trying to rush to a physical classroom." 

Svetlana Gochinski