SIIT Center for Interpretation and Translation Studies U. of Hawaii
Thread poster: gabsodon

United States
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Spanish to English
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Apr 6, 2015

Has anyone heard of this program? It is the Summer Intensive Interpreter training offered at the University of Hawaii, Manoa. It says it is meant to prepare you for court interpreting and passing the exams.

Sounds pretty good! I have been looking into the Monterrey program or the Arizona ones for a few years. I need to pass the State liscencing exam and want to be ultra prepared. It doesn't seem like Monterrey is offereing anything this summer and Arizona costs $1000 more for 3 weeks vs. 6 weeks here. Plus it's Hawaii, which is a lot more appealing than Arizonaicon_wink.gif

I'd like to get some reviews and see if this is worth my time and money. Thanks!


Yuki Suzuki  Identity Verified
Member (2013)
English to Japanese
I'm also interested Mar 23, 2017

Looking for an intensive interpreter training course, I found this program and considering attending this summer.
Did you actually join this program in 2015? Or anyone who has joined?
I have asked them to provide me with some more information about their course, but haven't heard from them.
Could you tell me what training they actually provide?


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