The Hawaii State Judiciary is looking for those who can speak English and a second language to become court interpreters.

Those interested can register Wednesday for an upcoming workshop which is a mandatory requirement to become a court interpreter.

The two-day workshop will be held 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on September 7-8 at Ali?iolani Hale (Hawaii Supreme Court building) at 415 S. King Street in Honolulu.

Registration forms are available on the Judiciary’s website and from the Office on Equality and Access to the Courts at 808-539-4860.

Registration for the workshop costs $50 and according to the Hawaii State Judiciary is valued at $150.

In addition to successfully completing the workshop, persons seeking to become a court interpreter must pass a written English proficiency exam, court interpreter ethics exam, and criminal background check.
 
In addition to successfully completing the workshop, persons seeking to become a court interpreter must pass a written English proficiency exam, court interpreter ethics exam, and criminal background check.