Courses that offer at least one hour of CEAP/CCHI-approved "performance-based" CEU credit. See course description for details.
If you are not CCHI-certified, or do not need "PB" credits, be sure to check out the courses in the categories Continuing Education Courses (General Credit), and Language-Specific/Culture-Specific Courses.

Physical Therapist with patient and interpreterDiscussions about interpreting in the physical therapy setting, followed by self-paced vocabulary and interpreting drills.
CCHI: 3 accredited hours (includes 1 hour performance-based for Spanish only).
NBCMI: 3 hours/0.3 CEU.
 $45 enrollment fee.

Neurodiversity symbolWhat are autism spectrum disorders, and how does genetics fit into the picture? This course, developed by trainer/language access consultant Cynthia E. Roat, MPH, addresses key concepts in the field; some basic information about genetics and genetic testing; some common treatments for children with ASD; and challenges for interpreters when interpreting for ASD appointments. Includes vocabulary, as well as practice interpreting and sight-translating. $45 enrollment fee. 

CEAP/CCHI: 3 accredited hours, including 1 hour performance based (Program ID 09989).
IMIA/NBCMI: 3 hours/0.3 CEU (ID 22-1245).
Not currently approved for WA-DSHS.

Anatomy and causes/treatments for female incontinence. Didactic lesson plus solo study, including some interpreting practice.  $40 enrollment fee for 2.5 CE hours (CCHI includes 1 hour performance-based). also IMIA 2.5 hours (0.25 IMIA CEU).

Concepts, skills and terminology for interpreters in palliative care and end-of-life settings. $65 enrollment fee. CCHI: 7 instructional hours, inc. 2 Performance-Based. IMIA/NBCMI: 7 CE hours. Contact support@hcinlearn.org if you need 7 general credits for Washington DSHS. Course is appropriate for interpreters of all languages, but is optimized for those who interpret Russian, Spanish, Chinese, Tagalog, or Vietnamese.

Key concepts in human genetics (similar to the Prenatal Genetics course), covering the work of pediatric genetic counselors, and the interpreting challenges that often come up in this setting. Includes vocabulary as well as useful interpreting practice. $45 enrollment fee. CEAP/CCHI: 3 instructional hours including 1 hour performance-based. IMIA: 3 hours (0.3 CEU). WA-DSHS: 3 general credits.

A rigorous introduction to  key concepts in human genetics, covering the work of prenatal genetic counselors, and the interpreting challenges that often come up in this setting. This course includes a lot of technical vocabulary as well as useful interpreting practice. $45 enrollment fee. CEAP/CCHI: 3 instructional hours including 1 hour performance-based. IMIA: 3 hours (0.3 CEU). 

WA-DSHS: 3 general credits—Do not submit course certificate to DSHS! Complete course, then email certificate to support@hcinlearn.org. We will send you a certificate suitable for Washington DSHS.