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
None Required
Off
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