Types of Interpreting
If you’re not sure which service you require, or you’d just like some advice or extra information about using an interpreter.
How to choose a right interpreter?
Because of the variety of situations and contexts which may require an interpreting service, it is important to make sure the interpreter we assign is suitable for your needs. For example, in a legal or medical setting, the interpreter must have training in that field in order to provide an effective service. or if you go to a strange place and want to know the local cutural of this city, then a local interpreter will be a good choice. We can provide translators trained in any field any city, but it should be noted that costs vary considerably depending on the level of specialist training.
Travel is an important consideration when arranging an interpreting assignment. With this in mind, we’ve designed our system to minimise the cost and time factors involved in travel:
- Our system manages a database of qualified interpreters all over the country
- Interpreters are always sourced as locally as possible.
- Public transport will always be used when practical
- Our account managers will always inform you if telephone interpreting may be suitable for your requirements.