Cued Language Transliterator National Certification Examination

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The Cued Language Transliterator National Certification Examination (CLTNCE) was created in to assess a candidates skills and knowledge related to the field of cued language transliteration.

Prerequisites

Before registering for the CLTNCE, candicates must first complete an assessment of expressive skills (i.e., accuracy and clarity of cueing) and receptive skills (i.e., the ability to understand a cued message).

Currently, these skills are measured by the Cued American English Compentency Screening-Expressive (CAECS-E) and the Cued American English Competency Screening-Recetive (CAECS-R). These tests are sent through the mail to a local proctor (chosen by the candidate) who adminsters the tests and returns them to the TECUnit. 

Components of the National Exam

Written Test

Syllables Per MInute

Performance

CAECS

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  • /kayˈks/
  • /kāˈks/
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