Court interpreter program related studies and reports the court interpreters program has commissioned various studies and produced reports related to testing and the use of interpreters some of the reports produced or sponsored by cip include. A number of conference interpreters were asked what they thought made court interpreting different from conference interpreting below is the gist of their answers 1 a court interpreter does not work from the comfort and isolation of a booth 2 the average client of a court interpreter is . Court interpreting guidance this guidance addresses the use of interpreters for participants in court proceedings who speak only or primarily a language other than english or who are hearing impaired or have communications disabilities. The state courts system has developed a statewide program to assist judges and trial court administrators in assessing the qualifications of court interpreters the court interpreter certification and regulation program designates interpreters through the use of written and oral language proficiency examinations. Effective september 1 2018 all applications submitted to the jbcc must be submitted online only ie initial applications renewals exam applications course approvals etc search for licensed court interpreters guide to using the online system
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