The American Translation Association has a publication called Translation and Interpretation Programs in North America, which lists all the training institutions, public and private, that offer individual classes or full programs in translation and interpretation.
Some Community Colleges are beginning to offer translation and interpretation courses in Spanish, including healthcare interpretation. Contact your local CC and check their offerings.
www.ccde.umb.edu/certificates/spanishcourt/index.htmlU.Mass., Boston offers an intensive six-credit undergraduate certificate program especially designed to provide qualified applicants with a comprehensive introduction to professional court interpretation.
It also offers at Amherst a program to certify qualified students in general language interpretation in French, German, Italian, Russian, Spanish, or Portuguese.
email@example.com Contact the Agnese Haury Institutefor Court Interpretation of the National Center for Interpretation at this email address or call them at (850) 621-3615. They offer intensive 3-week courses in Spanish only, every July at the University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ.
www.web.arizona.edu/~ncitrp/ The National Center for interpretation also offers FCICE Test preparation classes.Interpretation seminars, medical interpreter training, and translators seminars and workshops.
firstname.lastname@example.org Contact the University of Charleston, SC at this email address or call the Graduate School Office at (843) 953-5614. They offer a certificate program (Master's level) in court interpretation.
www.uncc.edu/langweb/A/index.htm The Department of Languages and Culture Studies at UNC Charlotte offers an undergraduate Certificate in Translating (CT) in English French, German, or Spanish. At the graduate level, it offers a Master of Arts in Spanish.
www.miis.edu/index.htm The Monterrey Institute of International Studies offers master-level programs in interpretation. It has eliminated its court-specific interpreting program.
www.interpreting.com The Southern California School of Interpretation, Santa Fe Springs, offers 55-60 hrs programs in interpretation and translation for legal and health venues. Spanish/English.
California State University, Long Beach, offers a B.A. program in translation and interpretation in multiple venues. Spanish only.
www.calstatela.edu/exed.certificate/legaltrans.htmCalifornia State University, Los Angeles offers a program of 430 hours of translation and interpretation for legal and medical venues. Certificate in legal interpretation and translation. Spanish only.