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Call for Teaching Teams for Skills Track of 2017 LEAD Together Conference

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CALL FOR TEACHING TEAMS

Skill Development Track

Hello!  I am Anna Witter-Merithew, RID Interim Executive Director. On behalf of RID HQ and the Board of Directors, I would like to extend a personal invitation for teaching teams for the skills track of the 2017 LEAD Together Conference.  This call officially opens with this announcement and closes Tuesday, […]

By |January 12th, 2017|Categories: Uncategorized|Comments Off on Call for Teaching Teams for Skills Track of 2017 LEAD Together Conference

Update on a Union Appeal of a National Labor Relations Board Decision

Update on a Union Appeal of a National Labor Relations Board Decision
RE: RID’s Anti-Trust and Civility Policies
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As a professional association, RID must take steps to avoid even the appearance of potential collusion among members to set interpreter industry wages and other matters. To that end, RID disseminates and enforces an anti-trust policy that limits certain […]

By |January 9th, 2017|Categories: From RID Headquarters|Comments Off on Update on a Union Appeal of a National Labor Relations Board Decision

Frequently Asked Questions for Expiring Cycles

Frequently Asked Questions for Expiring Cycles:
Q: I know the standard processing time for CEUs is 60 days – what if 60 days falls after the end of my certification cycle?

A: As long as you’ve earned the required number of CEUs prior to the end of your cycle, when the CEUs are actually processed and added […]

By |December 22nd, 2016|Categories: From RID Headquarters, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Frequently Asked Questions for Expiring Cycles

Board Decision – Provisional Deaf Interpreter Credential

12/19/2016
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As the RID membership is aware, the CDI remains under moratorium due to an expired life cycle, and CASLI has been tasked with the responsibility to develop a new iteration of the knowledge and performance exam. To allow for Deaf interpreters to continue to seek some level of credentialing as generalist practitioners while the new […]

By |December 19th, 2016|Categories: From the Board|Comments Off on Board Decision – Provisional Deaf Interpreter Credential