We offer consecutive interpretation, for which we engage only one interpreter, who does not use a sound-proof booth. It is advisable to place an interpreter next to the guest and allow short pauses during the discourse to enable the interpreter to give an interpretation. The interpreter takes notes to facilitate their work.
Please order consecutive interpretation at least two weeks before the event.
Professional conference equipment is needed for simultaneous interpreting at events, seminars and conferences. The interpreter works from a sound-proof booth and has no direct contact with the speaker, because the speech is heard through headphones.
Equipment can be delivered anywhere in Europe in one day.
Whispered interpretation is a type of simultaneous interpretation which requires no special equipment. The interpreter is positioned near the audience and quietly interprets the speaker's words. Whispered interpreting is used when a relatively small group of people in the audience needs help in understanding the speaker.
This type of interpretation is not used frequently, which is why it must be ordered at least two weeks in advance.
Court interpretation takes place at courts, marriages and anywhere that it is required for official purposes. For telephone interpreting, the interpreter interprets sentence by sentence, thus making the information more accurate. The interpreter does not have to take notes, and the listener can follow the dialogue more easily.
Court interpreting must be ordered at least one week in advance.
How to order interpreting
An event must be announced in advance for all modes of interpreting. Reference material provided in advance will help us ensure a high-quality service.
We can provide an interpreter and interpreting equipment. The equipment is highly sophisticated and user-adjusted (on-screen language display, etc.).
Two interpreters are required for events taking more than two hours. The interpreters switch every 20 to 30 minutes to provide the best quality interpretation.
Interpreting is charged per hour; the first hour is charged in full.