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EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS

Educational Requirement Changes on July 1, 2012
At the 2003 RID National Conference, in Chicago, IL, the membership passed motion C2003.05, establishing degree requirements for RID certification candidates.

As of July 1, 2012:

Hearing exam candidates must have a minimum of a bachelor degree (any major) or an approved updated/2012 Alternative Pathway to Eligibility application recorded in their RID account before testing for any RID performance-based exam. This applies to ALL hearing exam candidates, including those who already hold RID certification.

Deaf exam candidates must have a minimum of an associate degree (any major) or an approved updated/2012 Alternative Pathway to Eligibility application recorded in their RID account before testing for any RID performance-based exam. This applies to ALL deaf exam candidates, including those who already hold RID certification.

Educational Requirements FAQs

Submitting a College Transcript
If you have a college degree and would like to submit proof to RID that you meet the educational requirement, send an original or photocopy of your official college transcript, showing your full name, the name of the college, the degree earned, and the date the degree was conferred to: RID, Attn: Cert & Ed Dept, 333 Commerce Street, Alexandria, VA 22314 or certification@rid.org

Please notify the Certification and Education Department at certification@rid.org or 703-838-0030 if the name on your college transcript does not match your name in the RID database.

ALTERNATIVE PATHWAY TO ELIGIBILITY - Effective July 1, 2012
The Alternative Pathway uses a point system that awards credit for college classes, interpreting experience, and professional development.

Educational Equivalency Application - Bachelor's Degree

Educational Equivalency Application - Associate's Degree 

 
Educational Equivalency applicants will receive e-mail notification of eligibility status approximately 2-4 weeks after RID receives the application.

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Beginning June 30, 2016, Deaf candidates for certification must have a minimum of a bachelor’s degree to take a performance exam. 
 

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