Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00 am – 5:00 pm (Central)

Oregon

Standards
Schools: 
EIPA 3.5 or above
Courts: 
- Since January 1, 2012, OJD as offered the ASL Oregon Certified Court Interpreter Credential to sign language interpreters. In order to obtain certified court interpreter status, a sign language interpreter must, among other requirements, hold an SC:L from RID. By statute (ORS 45.288)
State Agencies: 
Nat'l
Medical: 
Nat'l
All Venues: 
Nat'l
Licensure: 
Yes and must be certified
Governing Body: 
Oregon's Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services
Fee(s): 
No fees.
Qualifications: 
"Professional insurance. Minimum Qualifications as defined in OAR 581-015-2035: (a) The sign language interpreter must achieve a passing score of 3.5 or above on the EIPA Performance Test or hold RID NIC, CI or CT Certification, and; (b) (A) Hold a Bachelor's or Associate's Degree from an Interpreter Education Program or in a related educational field; or (B) Achieve a passing score on the EIPA Written Test."
CEUs: 
12 hours each school year