Sign up right here for training of trainers (TOT) and learn how to teach medical, community and legal interpreting online. This 16-hour TOT from The Professional Interpreter Online takes place in two-hour online sessions (Click Here or on the "Register Now" link below to register).
There are three ways to teach online: in real time (synchronous), at the student’s own pace (asynchronous) or a mix of the two methods. This TOT explores both. Participants learn how to deliver a typical skills based curriculum inside a virtual classroom and teach interpreting skills, protocols, ethics and other fundamentals online.
Participants have access to their own Moodle page and an Adobe Connect classroom as well as short training videos. Limited home assignments help participants absorb key elements and prepare to teach online.
Yes, interpreting is a practice profession. It’s skill-based. Yet it is possible to teach interpreters both basic and advanced skills online effectively. The question is "how?". If you want to know what works best when you train interpreters online, then click on the "Register Now" button below.