But once you see the price for original Viagra online
Buy Cialis tablets online no prescription
|ByLaws and Policy & Procedures|
|Scholarships & Awards|
|RID Headquarters Staff|
|Calendar of Events|
|Practice Of Interpreting|
|Hiring an Interpreter|
|Standard Practice Papers|
|Government Affairs Program|
|For Educational Interpreters|
|Code of Professional Conduct|
|File A Complaint|
|Responding to an EPS Complaint|
|ASL Ethics Videos|
|Certification & Education Overview|
|RID Certification Programs|
|Newly Certified Information|
The Certified Deaf Interpreter (CDI) is a nationally certified interpreter who is deaf or hard of hearing. In addition to proficient communication skills and general interpreter training, the CDI has specialized training and/or experience in the use of gesture, mime, props, drawings and other tools to enhance communication. The CDI has knowledge and understanding of deafness, the Deaf community, and Deaf culture. The CDI possesses native or near-native fluency in American Sign Language.
CDI Candidate Handbook
Anyone who wishes to seek CDI certification should first read the entire CDI Candidate Handbook to ensure a complete understanding of the certification process.
CDI Exam Eligibility Requirements:
The CDI examinations were designed to evaluate deaf interpreters.
Documentation Required: Official letter from a physician or audiologist.
Submitting 40 Hours/4.0 CEUs of Interpreter Training
Please note: For a semester class, the number of CEUs equals 1.5 semester credits (i.e. a 3 credit course = 4.5 CEUs). For a quarter class, the number of CEUs equals 1 quarter credit (i.e. a 3 credit course = 3 CEUs).
Documentation Required: Documentation must indicate date(s), location(s), and duration of training. (Applicant must send a copy of training documentation to RID Headquarters in the form of official academic transcripts, RID CEU Transcript, letter(s) of verification signed by the person teaching the training session(s), certificate(s)/letter(s) of completion.
*Processing of eligibility documentation can take up to two (2) weeks after RID has received both payment and documentation. Additionally, check payments can extend the process by up to two weeks.
CDI Performance Examination:
Applicants for the CDI Performance Exam must meet both the knowledge requirement and the educational requirement. Candidates are not considered registered until all eligibility documentations and fees have been processed by the RID Certification Department.
The educational requirement is met when at least one of the following is complete:
In This Section:
Certification Maintenance Program
Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf, Inc.
© Copyright 2014 Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf, Inc.