Fully translated courses give all caregivers access to high-quality learning experiences.
Even if the you speak English fluently or want to learn English, a course in a different language may be a better fit to set you up for success and get you working faster as a caregiver.
We currently offer fully translated Basic Training courses in 9 different languages and English:
For those taking an English Basic Training course with an interpreter, we also provide translated course materials in:
If you primarily speak any of these languages, you will need an interpreter for the class, but you will receive some materials in your own language.
For Home Care Aides who want to further hone your skills, we also offer Instructor-Led Continuing Education courses in:
Request a Free Professional Interpreter
If no LEP Basic Training course is available in a 50 mile radius of your area, contact the Member Resource Center (MRC) for a free professional interpreter.
You or your employer must call 3-4 weeks before starting Basic Training.
Call the MRC at 1-866-371-3200.
Bring a Community Interpreter
Students may bring a friend or relative as their own community interpreter. The interpreter must be over 18 years old and cannot be the student’s consumer.
Reserve a seat in the class for the interpreter by checking “Brining an Interpreter” when registering for the class. Or call the MRC at 1-866-371-3200.
You and your Community Interpreter should read these helpful tips before your first community interpretation session. You are responsible for telling your interpreter when and where the class will be held and for reserving space for them.