Upcoming SCRID Events:
Face-to-Face Board Meeting
November 15, 2014
Get up-to-the-minute news on SCRID activities
Provide input on important SCRID activities
Announcing SCRID Membership Rate Increase
Trouble signing in? We have moved our memberships to Wild Apricot!
For current members, please check your inbox or junk email for your log in and password information.
Then, click on Join/Renew above to sign in and update your membership.
New members can click on Join/Renew and follow instructions to sign up.
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Welcome to SCRID’s new Website!
- The new events calendar in the right-hand panel
- A new “Organizational Member” info button in the top menu
- All former access to documents and committee work – including procedures for requesting CEUs from the CMP committee (see “News” and “Earn CUS” above)
- A member-friendly contact page, including pictures of SCRID’s leadership
- Photo Gallery
- Member online directory
- (Members in good standing may be added to the directory by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org with your directory info.)
News from RID
The NAD, RID, and HEARD have developed a press release and letter to the Oregon Department of Corrections demanding that it suspend their program to train inmates to become sign language interpreters to interpret for Deaf inmates. For a full version of the letter published today, please use the following link:
VRS Reform Summary
VRS reform is here and will impact the day-to-day work of video interpreters across the country. Executive Director Shane Feldman explains the changes that are happening and shares RID’s position on important issues. Join the conversation and send a message to email@example.com NAD-RID NIC Validity, Reliability,
Candidate Performance Report
RID in conjunction with the NAD released the NAD-RID National Interpreter Certification (NIC) Credential Validity, Reliability, and Candidate Performance Report. This document provides an in-depth analysis of both the NIC Knowledge and Interview and Performance examinations and demonstrates that they are valid and reliable measurement instruments in meeting the identified needs of consumers of interpreting services.
Available for public consumption: