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Becoming an interpreter requires a high degree of linguistic, cognitive and technical skills.
Interpreting takes a committed individual to develop and maintain the skills needed to achieve certification.
Interpreting requires physical stamina, endurance and the ability to emotionally handle an assignment and adhere to confidentiality.
Interpreters necessitates a comprehensive knowledge of the English language, the ability to speak clearly and be audibly heard, and to convey the spirit of the speaker, whether they are voicing or sign interpreting .
Professional Credentials are important to measure an interpreter’s qualifications.
Credentials are obtained by passing a standardized assessment of interpreting skills.
For national credentials, please contact Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (RID).
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