Pre- & Post Tests will be given to measure participant’s improvement before and after the training. Certificates of successful completion will be awarded to participants who score 70% or better on the post test. Participants will be notified via email about their test results within one week of completing the course. Certificates will be mailed.
Participants who do not pass the exam are permitted one retake within a 3-month period. If a participant does not pass the exam after the permitted re-take, CCHCP will not issue a certificate of successful completion. Participants may choose to receive a letter of attendance that also includes a statement that the participant did not pass the course.
Students must attend all hours of the training and pass the Post Test in order to earn a certificate of successful completion. This certificate can be used as proof of training for national certification and other bodies that require proof of training.
Receiving a certificate is proof that a participant is a trained medical interpreter. In order to become a certified medical interpreter, participants who successfully complete the course should take and pass national certification exams through the National Board of Certification for Medical Interpreters (www.certifiedmedicalinterpreters.org) or the Certification Commission for Healthcare Interpreters (www.cchicertification.org).