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RID

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RID a national professional organization and certifying body for interpreters and those interested in the sign language interpreting profession. RID has affiliate chapters in each state.
RID was founded.. In 1964 Ball State College, Muncie Indiana
Original purposes of RID Publishing a registry of interpreters, investigating evaluation and certification systems and informing the public about interpreting services.
5 Different membership categories Certified, Associate, Supporting, Student and Organizational
How to maintain Certification Paying annual member dues, meet the CMP requirements and uphold the NAD-RID code of professional Conduct
CEU requirements 8.0 (80 hours) CEU's by the end of the certification cycle. up to 2.0 can be in general studies the rest must be in Professional studies
Revocation of Certification Divulging exam contents, attempting to take the test for another person, Cheating on an RID exam, Violating the CPC, misusing an RID credential, failing to meet CMP requirements and pleading guilty to financial offenses, physically violent offenses,fraud
Certificate Cycle Extension one year, once in a lifetime extension. traumatic, catastophic or incapacitating event.
Created by: Signer9308 on 2012-03-31



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