PARID
 
The Pennsylvania Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf

 

RID Testing Information

RID Testing Sites

Interpreter Certification Overview

Educational Interpreter Certification and Resources

NIC Code of Professional Conduct

RID Standard Practice Papers

CDI Written Test Overview

RID Code of Ethics - CDI test version


Study Materials

NIC & CDI Study List

Access PA Libraries
The Access Pennsylvania Database: a project of the Pennsylvania Department of Education and the Office of Commonwealth Libraries, was started in 1985 as a way to provide a catalog of holdings across the State of Pennsylvania.

PARID SWAP Program

The PaTTAN Library for Educational Interpreters
Both books and videotapes are available for free, six-week loan periods. Order online or call: 1-800-360-7282. The collection is called the Educational Interpreter Resource Library and is available by requesting from your school district's administrator.

Medical Interpreting Site
A CATIE Center website that is designed to provide a comprehensive guide to resources for ASL-English interpreters working in medical settings.

The Described Media & Captioned Program
Free loan government program of open-captioned materials, both educational and entertaining.

Hiriam G. Andrews Center Library
This library houses the PA ODHH library of over 400 books and videos dealing with cultural deafness, hearing loss and interpreting. Contact is Christal Ferrance. Items may be borrowed using the inter-library loan process at your local library.


Online Study Groups

Signs of Development
Signs is a comprehensive organization providing an array of services to assist interpreters to develop and prosper with a dual focus: to develop professional skills and business practices. The company was founded by Lynne Eighinger Wiesman.

Leadership Institute
Leadership Institute is the creation of Amy Sieberlich and offers both NIC test prep and Mentoring, along with additional online web shops.

Signs is a comprehensive organization providing an array of services to assist interpreters to develop and prosper with a dual focus: to develop professional skills and business practices. The company was founded by Lynne Eighinger Wiesman.
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