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Home Administration Court Services Interpreters Become an Interpreter
Become an Interpreter
 
Interpreters convey spoken material from one language into a different language. Interpreters work in court to facilitate communication between the judge, attorneys, and parties.

Court Interpreters can obtain certification or credentialing through the Office of Language Access Testing Program. *
* There are no prerequisites required to go through certification or credentialing process. 

Pick your language below for the steps to become a Court Interpreter.

Spanish             

Arabic

Bosnian/Serbian/Croatian

Cantonese

French

Haitian Creole

Hmong

Ilocano

Khmer

Korean

Laotian

Mandarin

Polish

Portuguese

Russian

Tagalog

Turkish

Vietnamese

 

All Other Languages

 

If you are interested in conveying written material from one language into a different language, please visit the American Translators Association for more information. Colorado Judicial does not provide certification for translators.
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