Become a CASLI Test Site – for the CDI Knowledge Exam
The Center for the Assessment of Sign Language Interpretation (CASLI) administers CDI Knowledge Exams through a system of test sites located throughout the country. The test sites administer the Knowledge Exams year-round on a first come first serve basis, depending on availability of the site.
*The NIC Exams are currently administrated by Castle Worldwide and PSI/Comira.
Hosting a test site and administering the exams involves a commitment of time and facilities; however, it is a valuable contribution to your fellow interpreters and can be a very rewarding experience.
What’s involved in becoming a test site?
Each test site should have a site coordinator to serve as the main contact for the site.
Site coordinators are responsible for:
- Maintaining a secure location for the test materials
- Scheduling testing appointments with candidates
- Scheduling Test Administrators or serving as a Test Administrator
- Ensuring there are adequate testing facilities for candidates
- Test sites should be able to offer at least 50 testing appointments per year.
- Equipment needed for the exams include:
- DVD player and remote control / Computer with DVD player
- 21” or larger TV monitor
Become a CASLI Test Administrator
The role of the Test Administrator is crucial to the success and vitality of exam proctoring and administration. We are seeking individuals highly dedicated to the interpreting profession with the capability to share their time for the growth of the profession.
Consider becoming a Test Administrator if you are willing to:
- Commit time to administering the exams
- Adhere to the guidelines for CASLI Agents
- Follow security and confidentiality measures
- Prospective CASLI Test Administrators should already be certified and/or have no future plans to take CASLI interpreter exams.
All applications should be submitted to the CASLI Testing Department at firstname.lastname@example.org or CASLI, ATTN: Testing Department, 333 Commerce Street, Alexandria, VA 22314.