At ARCH Language Network, we are committed to providing the best interpreters, translators and language services for our customers. In pursuit of this goal, we have established corporate partnerships and memberships that augment and support the work we do and assist in providing high quality training and education for our interpreters and translators.
Today our corporate memberships include:
The CCC provides training, technical assistance, writing and consulting services to agencies and individuals that serve linguistic and cultural minorities. CCC helps organizations like ARCH Language Network to enhance their services to immigrants and refugees. The CCC and ARCH Language Network have partnered together to develop a 40 hour professional training for bi-lingual and freelance interpreters. Please contact The Community Interpreter for information.
The CCHCP is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to help underserved communities gain full access to quality health care that is culturally and linguistically appropriate. CCHCP provides the Bridging the Gap medical interpreter training program.
The NCIHC is an organization that promotes and enhances language access in health care in the US. NCIHC certifies that organizations and individuals are qualified to provide interpreting services. NCIHC certification enables ARCH Language Network to provide quality interpreting services within the health care system.
THE IMIA is an international organization that provides supporting services to help professional medical interpreters offer skilled interpreting services for linguistically diverse patients in health care. The IMIA defines educational requirements and qualifications for medical interpreters and establishes professional standards of practice for medical interpretation, and widely publishes information to the medical interpreting community.
The ATA is dedicated to advancing the translation and interpreting professions and through professional development services for individual translators and interpreters. Its members span 90 countries and include translators, interpreters, teachers, project managers, web and software developers, language company owners, hospitals, universities, and government agencies. The ATA offers a certification exam to translators in 24 language combinations.
The UMTIA is a chapter of the American Translators Association representing Minnesota and areas of Wisconsin, Iowa, South Dakota, and North Dakota. UMTIA provides educational opportunities for spoken language interpreters and translators and supports the development of qualifications and regulatory practices for the field.
The ISG is a Minnesota organization devoted to improving interpreter services for Limited English Proficiency Clients. Areas of focus include healthcare, social services, education and legal services.
CCHIT is a non-profit organization for interpreters and users of interpreter services that provides a vendor-neutral certification program for healthcare interpreters.
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