Interpreting Certifications


After completing a 40- to 60-hour foundation program, becoming a certified interpreter should be the goal for professional interpreters. While certifications still don’t exist for every interpreting specialization (such as educational interpreting) enough certifications now exist that organizations increasingly require their bilingual staff, contractors and volunteers to be certified.

Medical Interpreter Certification

Community Interpreter Certification

American Sign Language (ASL) Interpreter Certification

Court Interpreter Certification