Standards for Permanent Credential
Date Information Last Verified: 03/12/2023
The standards listed below reflect the minimum requirements to work as an educational interpreter in this state.
- Pre-Service Education: None Specified
- Skill Verification: RID Certification, NAD III, EIPA 3.5, RID OTC, TECUnit
- Knowledge Verification: No
- Renewal Timeline: Every 5 Years
- Continuing Education: 80 Hours every five years
- Additional Comments: Idaho educational interpreter requirements are ONLY for students PK-12. To interpret for adults in K-12 settings, an interpreter must be licensed.
Standards for Provisional Credential
- Is a provisional credential available? Yes
- What is required for the provisional credential? Nothing for emergency authorization, graduate from ITP can work for one year
- How long can one hold a provisional credential? Up to three years for emergency authorization, or up to one year following graduation from an interpreter education program
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For a list of currently available programs in your state visit the Conference of Interpreter Trainers (CIT) website.
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