Language Interpreter Training 

Program Information

In 2006, Seneca College was the first college to offer the Language Interpreter Training Program (LITP). The Certificate was the result of several years of research done by the Ministry of Citizenship and Immigration, Ministry of the Attorney General and Health and Social Service agencies.  The intent is to train at the college level, professional interpreters who can perform with a high degree of competence in the legal, health and community sector. Seneca’s graduates are a shining example of our commitment to excellence and professionalism in the field of interpretation. This College Certificate program is 180 hours in duration and includes 6 courses that integrate theories, principles, concepts and practical application as well as the skills development required for the field of interpretation.

Credentials College-Approved Certificate

Residency Students must complete a minimum number of credits in this program with their registering college to meet the Program Residency requirement to graduate from the program.

Completion Please review Seneca’s website for additional information and/or to reach the program academic manager.

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