Our Instructor Led Seminars are approved by the Judical Council of California and The International Medical Interpreters Association credits are also recognized by The National Board of Medical Interpreters.

The International Medical Interpreters Association and The National Board of Medical Interpreters answered our questions about CMI approved workshops. And, YES. our classes are approved by the IMIA and recognized by the National Board of Certified Medical Interpreters for CMI credits.


From: Carolyn Campos – Administrator,  International Medical Interpreters Association (IMIA)

A)  Are Dinjes CE classes approved for CMI and IMIA credits? 

“Yes, they are. For your reference, the CEU Program evaluates all continuing education programs, like your three training classes mentioned above, for relevance to medical interpreting in order for these programs to grant IMIA CEUs to participants.  All CMIs -Certified Medical Interpreters, must keep track of their CEUs certificates.   The National Board, an independent division of the IMIA, evaluates each CMI’s certificates to grant individual recertifications.

B) Is there any website where I can verify this information?

“Yes, as you can see in IMIA Educational Registry website, our classes appear in the registry as a training that provides IMIA CEU’s.

You may find our IMIA-CMI approved classes at the IMIA Educational Registry at



“From:   Beverly North, Registrar –  The National Board of Certification for Medical Interpreters –    


“As long as the seminars are approved by the IMIA and listed on their website, that is all we will need, as long as they specifically advance the skills of medical interpreters. The candidates would need to submit a certificate stating a workshop/seminar title, signatures and number of hours or CEUs.”

Acceptable Continuing Education

The National Board accepts continuing education units (CEU) for courses and workshops approved by the International Medical Interpreters Association (IMIA), the Certification Commission for Healthcare Interpreters (CCHI), the American Translators Association (ATA) and the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (RID). ATA and RID CEUs must be for workshops, conferences, and events that are related to medical interpreting knowledge and skills enhancement. Please apply to these entities for CEU information and credits. For information on IMIA CEUs, please see www.imiaweb.org/education/ceuprogram.asp  


Our online courses are approved by The Judicial Council of California, The State of Texas Judicial Branch Certification Commission, The Supreme Court of Nevada, The Colorado Judicial Department Office of Language Access, Oregon Judicial Department Court Language Access Services, The Supreme Court of the Florida State Language Access Program, Administrative Office of the Courts of Washington State and The International Medical Interpreters Association, credits are also approved to submit for CMI credits approved by the National Board of Medical Interpreters.