Video Blogpost 1. Become familiar with the structure of the exam A significant part of knowing how to prepare for an exam is knowing what you will be tested on. Fortunately, NBCMI and CCHI have two fantastic resources known as Candidate Handbooks, where you can view the exam structure, topic areas, grading criteria, and what
Kelly reflects on her volunteer experiences and how they helped her to blossom into a passionate and dedicated medical interpreter.
If you find yourself asking, “I have my medical interpretation certificate of training, now what?” this post is for you! It’s a situation many aspiring interpreters find themselves in, and you’re not alone.
A medical interpreter is a trained professional who helps people communicate by bridging language barriers in medical settings. If you love helping people, learning about languages, immersing yourself in different cultures, and have a keen interest in medicine, then this career is perfect for you!