Students will learn about an exciting new opportunity being offered at the Community College of Rhode Island in the Health Sciences field.
The Health Care Interpreter certificate program is a two-semester program that prepares an assistant-level practitioner for the health care community. These individuals are prepared to provide high quality and skilled interpreting services in a variety of health care facilities: acute care, long-term care and community health care agencies. The program includes a total of 16 credits for three distinct courses. Students gain an understanding of the critical role that health care interpreters fulfill within the health care team through theory presented in the classroom, simulated clinical experiences, as well as practice experience in the selected health care settings.
You will have the opportunity to meet with the program's instructors, admissions officers and other staff to have all your questions answered about the Health Care Interpreter Certificate program.
Please let us know if you are coming to the Open House. RSVP is encouraged but, not required. RSVP here!
This program is accepting students now through June 30th, 2017!
Please see the Health Care Interpreter Admission Guidelines.
Jeanne S. McColl, MSN, RN, CNE
Interim Assistant Dean of Academic Affairs/Nurse Education
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