Associate Community Interpreter
Pass the Code of Ethics Examination.
Meet the hour requirements under one of the following options:
Other recognized bodies will be considered. (Consult with the administrative assistant)
|Institution/Option||Supporting document||Required hours|
|1. University Degree in Interpreting||University Degree (in English or translated by a certified translator)||10|
|2. Immigration Refugee Board Exam (IRB)||IRB letter||10|
|3. Calgary Immigrant Women Association’s Interpretation and Translation Program (CIWA)||Certificate of completion, CILISAT certificate and CISOC certificate||10|
|4. Calgary Board of Education’s (CBE) CILISAT (Cultural Interpretation Services for our Communities) Exam + CBE training course||CBE certificate and proof of passing CBE’s training course||20|
|5. Cultural Interpretation Services for Our Communities (CISOC) course||CISOC Certificate||30|
|6. MSIC Interpreter Accreditation Program||MSCI Training Completion Certificate and CILISAT or ILSAT Certificate||30|
|9. No credentials||N/A||200|
Certified Community Interpreter
There are two options for becoming a Certified Court Interpreter of ATIA, and each option has its own requirements.