2014 Court Interpreter Training and Testing 

Click here for the full details of our 2014 schedule. To be added to our distribution list to receive future information about the testing schedule, please send a request to kwoods@idcourts.net 

   Date

Workshop or Exam

  April 4 and 5

Orientation Workshop - Boise for All Languages (pre-requisite to the written screening exam, the skill-building workshop and the certification exam)

> Registration Form

Deadline to Register March 7, 2014

April 11 and 12

Orientation Workshop* - Pocatello for All Languages (pre-requisite to the written screening exam, the skill-building workshop and the certification exam)

Registration Form

 

Deadline to Register March 7, 2014
*Minimum of 8 participants. 

April 25 and 26

Orientation Workshop* - Coeur d'Alene for All Languages (pre-requisite to the written screening exam, the skill-building workshop and the certification exam)

Registration Form

 

Deadline to Register March 7, 2014
*Minimum of 8 participants.  

   June 27

Written Screening Exam for All Languages (pre-requisite to the certification exam)

> Registration Form

Deadline to Register March 7, 2014

    TBA

Optional Court Interpreter Skill-Building Workshop for all Languages 

> Registration information to follow

   September 5

Phase I: Certification Exam for the Spanish Language: Simultaneous Interpreting

> Registration information to follow

   November  7

Phase II: Certification Exam for the Spanish Language: Sight Translation and Consecutive Interpreting

> Registration information to follow

   November 21

Certification Exam for Languages Other than Spanish: Oral Exam on the Three Modes of Interpreting

> Registration information to follow

 

Practice Examination Kits

Note: Individuals may order one copy of the kit online. If you wish to order more than one copy, there is a form provided that must be filled out and mailed or faxed. Payment for multiple orders can be made by MasterCard, Visa, or money order. Click here for Order Form. 

 

Policies, Guidelines, & Complaint Form 

 

Continuing Education Forms

 

Complaint Form

The Idaho Courts strive to ensure access for all persons, including those with limited English proficiency or those who are deaf or hard-of-hearing by developing programs and practices that enhance the quality of interpretation and increase the availability of qualified interpreters in the courts.

 

Janica Bisharat,
District Court Services

 

Kim Woods,
Administrative Assistant

 

Idaho Supreme Court
P.O. Box 83720
451 W. State Street
Boise, ID 83720-0101

 

Ph: (208) 947-7417
Fax: (208) 947-7416