P.O. Box 31338, Bayview 16th Ave PO, Richmond Hill, ON L4C 0V7
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Who We Are
APLI (Association of Professional Language Interpreters) is an organization for all qualified and trained interpreters in Canada. APLI is dedicated to improving the profession for community interpreters, servicing users and service providers, creating a shared environment, and supporting and minimizing work-related issues.
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New Membership Policy
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F A Q
Why should I join APLI?
APLI is the only association composed solely of interpreters, with the best interests of interpreters as a goal. We understand most interpreters work as freelancers, and one great way to maximize working opportunities is to have your name on our member roster. We also offer workshops at an absolute minimum cost so everyone can participate in professional development opportunities.
How do I become a member?
It’s quite simple. Follow this link to see our membership requirement.
How much does an annual membership cost?
The annual membership fee for the first year is $40.00 and the renewal fee is $30.00 per year after that. The preferred method of payment is e-transfer to firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively, you can mail a cheque payable to APLI to:
PO Box 31338, Bayview 16th Ave. PO
The cheque should be accompanies by a copy of all your accreditation.
What if I do not have the requirements to join?
You can find a list of them here. If you have already taken the training, but need to pass the ILSAT or CILISAT, follow the link below to book the assessment.
Where do interpreters work?
Court interpreters work under the Ministry of the Attorney General at the various courthouses or wherever a court interpreter is needed. This is also true for Immigration and Refugee Board interpreters.Community interpreters work when there is a language barrier wherever a service needs to be provided. Usually, community interpreters work on a freelance basis, contracted by interpreting agencies.
Are there resources for community interpreters, such as a language-specific glossary of terms frequently utilized in our profession?
Yes of course, this is something we are always working on and adding to. Check out our current resources here.
Find Your Interpreter
APLI (Association of Professional Language Interpreters) is an organization for all qualified and trained interpreters in Canada. It is dedicated to improving the profession for community interpreters, servicing users and service providers, creating a shared environment, and supporting and minimizing work-related issues.
P.O. Box 31338
Bayview 16th Ave PO
Richmond Hill, ON
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