DHOH: Interpreter Registry

Interpreter Registry


 
CT Interpreter Registry
 
On June 8, 1998, Governor John G. Rowland signed Public Act No. 98-251 concerning the registration of interpreters for the deaf and hard of hearing into law. This registration of all Sign Language, Oral and Cued Speech Interpreters became effective October 1, 1998. If you are currently interpreting in the state of Connecticut, please print and complete the REGISTRATION FORM  and mail along with appropriate documentation to Department of Rehabilitation Services: Interpreting Registry, 55 Farmington Avenue, 12th floor, Hartford, CT 06105. Interpreter Registration must be completed annually.

If you have any questions about the registry, please call 860-424-5055 or email DORS.Interpreting@ct.gov.
 
Connecticut General Statute Mandating Interpreter Registration
 
CONNECTICUT GENERAL STATUTE MANDATING INTERPRETER REGISTRATION (Sec. 46a-33a. Registration of persons providing interpreting services.)
 
Follow this link for the Registration Form.
 
NAD-RID National Interpreter Certification
 
The Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (RID) has information available for the NAD-RID National Interpreter Certification (NIC) knowledge (written) test as well as information for the Interview and Performance Test. For more information, please visit the RID website at www.RID.org.
 

For details on types of certifications for Interpreter Services, please visit the national Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf overview.

 
Cued Speech Certification
 
To register to take the Cued Speech Certification test, please contact Testing, Evaluation & Certification Unit, Inc. (TECUnit) at (301) 434-1137, (301) 593-6571 (fax), or visiting website www.TECUnit.org.
 
Connecticut Registered Interpreters
 





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