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LA Institute of Translation and Interpretation
2975 Wilshire Blvd, Ste 640, Los Angeles, California 90010
Start of winter quarter classes at LA Institute of Translation and Interpretation.
Courses will be taught in Spanish, Chinese, Arabic, Armenian, and Korean.
Come become certified as a court or medical interpreter.
Korean court simultaneous interpreting Sat 9-12am (1/13-3/17) $590
Korean court sight translation Sat 1-4pm (1/13-3/17) $590
Korean medical interpreting Tue 7-10pm (1/9-3/13) $890
Mandarin court interpreting Sat 9-12am (1/13-3/17) $590
Mandarin medical interpreting Sat 1-4pm (1/13-3/17) $890
Spanish court interpreting Tue 7-10pm (1/16-3/20) $590
Spanish medical interpreting Thu 7-10pm (1/18-3/22) $890
Arabic court interpreting Wed 7-10pm (1/17-3/21) $590
Arabic medical interpreting Thu 7-10pm (1/18-3/22) $890
Armenian court interpreting Wed 7-10pm (1/17-3/21) $590
Armenian medical interpreting Mon 7-10pm (1/15-3/19) $890
The classes are held on-campus. There is no financial aid or scholarship available now. You can pay in installments with $20 administration fee each time.
Our 1-Year Certificate in Translation and Interpretation program is approved by the state government BPPE and you will be awarded the Certificate upon completion of 1-year program in court interpreting.
Certificate of 40-hour training in medical interpreting will be provided upon completion of the course.
Then you will be ready to take certification tests given by the State of California for the court and National Board of Certified Medical Interpreters for the medical. The school has 14 years of history in the court and medical interpreting classes.
All our instructors are certified interpreters with teaching experiences. Average income for medical interpreters is over $4000 a month and for court interpreters is over $7000 a month. When you pass the test, contact interpreting agencies with your CV and rate, and you can start working immediately as freelancer. Some people find full time positions in hospitals and courts.
Many students have passed the tests, but there is still a shortage of interpreters in California. Take this opportunity, study and get the certificate that will provide you with financial security for the life time. If you ever failed in the court program, consider taking medical interpreting classes, which is much easier.
We are conveniently located near downtown and parking is free.
Wishing you a new start and new hope for the New Year!