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AOIC Court Interpreter Orientation and Testing

  • 04/18/2015
  • 04/19/2015
  • Chicago, IL
PART 1: ORIENTATION


To be placed on the AOIC Court Interpreter Registry, candidates must first attend a two-day orientation. The two-day orientation is open to any person at least 18 years of age with a native-like mastery of English and a second language. This orientation covers the interpreter’s role and professional ethics, the modes of interpreting used in court, legal terminology and court protocol. Candidates are expected to continue self-study before taking the written and oral exams.


Sign language and deaf interpreters are only required to attend orientation and will not be tested by the AOIC. Candidates must submit proof of Advanced or Master's level licensure with the IDHHC to attend orientation.


FEE: $200


DATES OFFERED:

April 18-19, 2015

Chicago, IL

Registration deadline: April 10, 2015


August 22-23, 2015

Springfield, IL

Registration deadline: April 14, 2015


REGISTRATION OPENS MARCH 16, 2015. 


Please visit the AOIC website to register: http://www.illinoiscourts.gov/CivilJustice/LanguageAccess/default.asp

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