Click on RID letter re: Educational Interpreter Standards to read the rest of this letter.
NMRID is proud to host an intensive 2 day EIPA workshop on Sept. 20 and 21! Seats are limited! Presenting this workshop is Kevin T. Williams, co-author of the EIPA. This is a highly active workshop, so please come ready to work and have fun!
Come ready to learn and grow. Come ready to stretch, laugh, and engage. Come ready to discuss the collective practice of educational interpreting and to look, anew, at the incredibly challenging and vital work in which we engage.
For more information including registration forms and flyer please see the workshop section of the website under the professional development tab.
Rebecca De Santis
NMRID Board Secretary
EIPA Written Test
The EIPA written test will be offered again this fall in Albuquerque on September 20 and November 8.
Go to http://www.classroominterpreting.org/EIPA/standards/index.asp/ for information regarding test dates, when you can register, fees and knowledge standards
NMRID stands in strong support of the sign language interpreting practices board and professional licensure for interpreters in New Mexico as it exists.
Please see the New Mexico Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing’s ‘Sign Language Interpreter Licensure: History and Purpose’ Fact Sheet http://www.cdhh.state.nm.us/pdf/factsheets/Interpreter-Licensure-History-Purpose.pdfPlease see the New Mexico Regulation & Licensing Department’s ‘Signed Language Interpreting Practices: FAQs’ and ‘Overview’ http://www.rld.state.nm.us/boards/Signed_Language_Interpreting_Practices_FAQs.aspx
Please see the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf’s ‘Initiative’ on State Licensure
Other states that have also established licensure: Nebraska, New York, Wisconsin, Iowa, Illinois, Arizona, Maine, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Oregon, Michigan, and KentuckyNMRID Board