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RID has announced a moratorium on certification.

For more information, check out the Vlog from Melvin Walker

Check out the Vlog by Anna Witter-Merithew regarding risk assessment.

Professional Conduct

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The Code of Conduct applies to all members of the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf, Inc. Please click here to read the code as stated on the RID website,

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Executive Officers (Vice-President and Treasurer) Nominations are here!! We are now taking nominations. Are you interested in becoming a leader with your local Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf? Do you know a person who is an excellent leader and want to nominate them? Simply click on the nomination form below to find out more about the positions and each of their job descriptions.

Chair Committee Form

It is time to renew your membership with CCRID Chair Committee Form


Honoring Tradition ~ Embracing Change ~ Celebrating Growth

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Welcome to the CCRID web site. CCRID is a non-profit organization that provides an organizational structure for interpreters in the Central California area to promote information sharing and professional development opportunities. Our workshops page provides information on all upcoming CCRID events.

CCRID is a Region V Affiliate Chapter of the National Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf, Inc. (RID). RID is the only national association dedicated to the professional development of interpreters and transliterators. Founded in 1964, the goal of RID is to promote the profession of interpreting and transliterating between American Sign Language and English.

This web site provides information about the CCRID organization, upcoming CCRID sponsored events and workshops, and about becoming a member. We are happy to receive any feedback or suggestions you may have about this site. If there is additional information you would like to see provided, please contact us.

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CCRID Upcoming Events


Sat., May 28, 2016 at DHHSC; 9am-4:30pm

Developing Receptive Skills by Bill Ross Improving visual receptive language skills among sign language interpreters and/or users is the focus of this training.

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