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NIC Written Guide

RID Certificates

QuestionAnswer
RSC Reverse Skills Certificate- (Not Offered)awarded to Deaf individuals who successfully completed the interview and the 2 sign to voice portions of the eval. with 75% accuracy or above.
CSC Comprehensive Skills Certificate- Successful Completion of all segments at %75 level of accuracy. If only a portion was passed they could have an IC or TC (Not offered anymore)
OIC:C Oral Interpreter Cerificate:Comprehensive-required an interview plus four performace segments with 75% or more. (Not offered anymore)
Speciality Certificates Between 1975-1978, speciality certificates were awarded, including the Specialist Certificate Legal (SC;L) and performing arts (SC:PA)
CI & CT Certificate of interpretation and Certificate of transliteration. Written must be passed first then 5 years to pass the performance. (no longer offered)
NIC National Interpreting Certificate- after passing the written the candidate has 5 years to pass the interview and skills portion.
OTC Certificate of oral transliteration (still offered) Written exam in 6 content areas then a skills exam.
CDI Certified Deaf Interpreter, written test then 5 years to pass the performance. (still offered)
SC:L Specialist Certificate Legal (still offered) Written and skills test. Must be certified. Interpreting erperience, degree, formal legal training.
Created by: Signer9308 on 2012-03-31



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