- Test Administration Website
- Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf
- National Center for State Courts (Consortium)
- Administrative Hearing and Medical Interpreters
- National Association of Judicial Interpreters and Translators
The Administrative Office of the Courts has submitted the annual report on expenditures for court interpreters to the Legislature. The report is required under the Budget Act of 2011 (Stats. 2011, ch.33), Item 250-101-932.
The compliance requirements for certified and registered court interpreters have been changed effective January 1, 2013. See highlights of the changes.
The complete set of revised requirements can be found on the Resources for Current Interpreters page. All certified and registered interpreters need to become familiar with the new requirements.
California began using the same certification exams available to 43 other states around the country. Click to learn more statistics about who is passing these challenging exams. Highlights include: 92% of oral exam passers have completed training in interpretation. Yes- 92%.
Effective January 1, 2011, the California Court Interpreters Program will offer test reciprocity to court interpreters who passed Consortium-developed oral interpreting exams administered in member states.
Please note that the California Court Interpreters Program will only recognize oral interpreting exam standards and scores that meet or exceed the requirements in California. To find out more about the eligibility requirements, please see:
Based on recommendations presented in the 2010 Language Need and Interpreter Use Study, the Administrative Director of the Courts has approved the designation of Farsi for certification.
Updated information will be provided as it is available.