Student Information

Arabic Medical interpreterThank you again for an exceptional class and also for your impeccable professionalism. I am so fortunate to have taken this Medical Interpreter Training class and I now plan to take more classes in the future.

Rayed Khedher, Ph.D.

Visiting Assistant Professor / Arabic Medical interpreter

Middle East & South Asia Studies Program

Wake Forest University

Winston-Salem, NC

Paul Wong I have enjoyed each session taught by Inna, Marta and Chao! Every minute is well used! The trainers/tutors are very pleasant, helpful and enthusiastic! They are very experienced and professional!

Their words are encouraging and inspiring! They have scaffolded me how to think and prepare myself to be a Medical Interpreter after the studies and Examination!

I want to extend my sincere heartfelt thanks to all the Admin staff and  Trainers / Tutors!

Your professional training has made huge contributions to the Medical Health and Care Service to the whole Nation!

Again, thank you and thank you very much!

Shu Sing Paul Wong
Mandarin Chinese Medical Interpreter

Medical interpreter Training Student I was taking the Medical Interpreter Training course during last two months that was a real challenge for me. But thanks to the well structured program prepared by a very experienced interpreters’ team we had a great chance to learn loads of terminology in a practical, helpful manner.

Real life situations we watched in the videos were followed by live commentaries of our instructors who were always ready to answer various students’ questions. All the sources and materials we were provided with were well thought out and directed and led us to the final goal.

Now after a successful course completion I hope to find a part time job with some of the hospitals or agencies.

Thank you for connecting nations, languages and cultures for obtaining the best way to match people’s needs!

Varteres Tukhikyan

The instructors in all Medical Interpreter Training classes were excellent: knowledgeable, personable, warm, and funny.  They were all experienced Medical Interpreters and shared their insights and experiences with us students, which is something extremely valuable and not obtainable in ways other than through human interaction.

Having now finished the course, I realize how much I didn’t know before I started it, and also how much I still have to learn as I do the actual work as an interpreter.  I would like to say a big THANK YOU to my teachers and to the helpful admins who were always there to answer students’ logistical and technical questions.

Elena Z., Medical Interpreter (Russian)