For more information, contact Chris Grassmeyer, EIPA Written Test Coordinator by email: Christine.Grassmeyer@boystown.org or phone: (402) 452-5039.
Please Note: It is not required to take the Written portion of the EIPA before the Performance portion. Also the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (RID) Code of Ethics is not the basis for the professional conduct of the EIPA Written Test.
Test Site: University of North Florida, Building 57 (Tom and Betty Pettway Hall)
EIPA Test Proctors
Shannon Simon/ Melinda Andrew
1 University of North Florida Drive, 2nd Floor Computer Lab
Jacksonville, FL 32224
For directions, campus map and special hotel rates, view the following links: Directions & Campus Map & Hotel Rates.
The closest parking lots are 2 and 3; no parking fees are collected on Saturdays.
Crystal River, FL
Test Site: Citrus Hearing Impaired Program Services (CHIPS)
EIPA Test Proctor
Interpreter Coordinator, Citrus Hearing Impaired Program Services
109 NE Crystal Street, Suite B
Crystal River, FL 34428
The EIPA Written Test is based on a set of knowledge standards that was developed by a group of experts, including deaf consumers, interpreters, interpreter trainers, deaf educators, and ASL linguistics. The test is not a factual memory test. In other words, memorization of the knowledge standards only, may not enable you to receive a passing score. Application of knowledge to situations is necessary in order to pass this examination. The test is also based on the EIPA Guidelines for Professional Conduct.
Fax: (904) 620-3895
(Attn: Melinda Andrew)
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2016 Florida Educational Interpreter Standards Bill
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