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New certificate in Medical Interpretation at CCCC

By Sandra McMahon
Posted Friday, February 25, 2005

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Central Carolina Community College is now offering a new Certificate in Medical Interpretation, for all folks interested in a career in Medical Interpreting--an exciting and growing new field.

Certificate Requirements include the following (5) Courses:

Practical Experience in Medical Interpreting
Medical Terminology I
Medical Terminology II
Medical Terminology Interpretation--Spanish
(1) Advanced Language Course--Adv English for Spanish-speakers and Adv Spanish for English-speakers

Trained Medical Interpreters are needed to work with local hospitals, EMS and other first responders (Fire, Police), Public Health organizations, doctors' offices, nursing homes, managed care facilities, clinics, social services, courts, meetings & conferences, etc......and the long list goes on.

We currently have two (2) of these required courses scheduled for Spring 2005 in CCCC Continuing Education--

Practical Experience in Medical Interpreting is currently being offered on Tuesday evenings, from 7:00-9:00 p.m. in Pittsboro. Course
duration is from 2/22/05 to 3/29/05. There is still room in this course. If you are interested, please call to register.

Medical Terminology I will be offered on Monday evenings, from 7:00-9:00 p.m. in Pittsboro. This course begins next week. So, please call to register for this course ASAP.

Maria Soto will be the instructor for these two courses. Maria is a trained medical doctor and a professional medical interpreter at UNC
Hospital as well as state and local agencies.

Register today by calling the CCCC Continuing Education office at (919)542-6495 x223 or x224.

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