To help you overcome language barriers you may face, Brightwood College offers the Spanish for Health Care Workers certificate course. This medical Spanish course is designed to help you better understand Spanish-speaking patients. The ability to clearly communicate with patients is an important part of the job for working health care professionals.
The course is intended to introduce you to the practical language skills used in clinical settings and help you learn enough Spanish to interact with Spanish-speaking patients. This includes an emphasis on the common medical vocabulary that health care workers may encounter in the workplace.
Additional focus areas include how to do the following:
Both current health care professionals and students wishing to expand their skill set before entering the field are encouraged to take this course.
Spanish for Health Care Workers is graded on a pass/fail basis. Upon successful completion of the course, students will be awarded a certificate of completion.
Please review the Admission Information > Applicants for Short Courses section of the course catalog for your chosen campus for details about enrolling in continuing education courses (short courses) at Brightwood College.
Information about the refund policy can be found under the Financial Information section of your campus course catalog.
Note: This is a non-credit-bearing course. Students must not assume that this course will be accepted for transfer credit at another institution. This course does not qualify for Title IV federal financial aid funds. The institution does not offer job placement assistance for short courses; finding a job is the individual responsibility of the student.
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