An interpreter’s job differs from a translator. Whilst a translator transposes a text from one language into another, an interpreter adapts speech. We have interpreters among our network of service providers offering several language combinations.

Apart from perfect command of the languages involved, the subject being covered and appropriate training, interpreting requires great concentration. This explains why they generally only work in 30 minute sessions. Interpreters mainly work in pairs, switching around every 30 minutes.

Depending on the constraints of the assignment and the communication issues, there are several types of interpreting (consecutive, simultaneous, liaison, whispered). Consequently, these different ways of working imply specific requirements (working in a pair, necessary equipment, required documentation, etc.). In addition, to provide you with an accurate quote, we would need further details of the requested interpreting assignment. To discuss this matter further contact us.