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Language Interpreting Service

Language Interpreting service

Our professional language interpreting services can help you and your organization to communicate with non-English speakers in a wide range of situations. The interpreters we source for you are all highly qualified interpreting professionals and the accuracy and quality of their work is assured. We are also able to provide sign language interpreters in multiple languages.

We undertake a large amount of public sector interpreting for local and central government organizations who recognize the value of effective communication with their citizens, whatever language they speak.




We can provide you with face-to-face interpreters for a range of situations:

Consecutive interpreting

The interpreter listens to the speaker in the source language and relays a translated version to the audience; ideal for medical appointments, local authority tenant discussions and confidential hearings.

Simultaneous interpreting

In which the interpreter usually sits in a soundproof booth and translates the source for relay to a large audience. This method is usually used for international conferences and meetings.

Instant Telephone Interpreting

“Telephone interpreting: Spoken language conversion that is provided by a remote human interpreter via telephone. Commonly abbreviated TI.”

Our telephone interpreting service is hard to rival. Capita Translation and Interpreting provides over 70,000 minutes of interpreting every month in over many languages. Interpreters are available on demand within 60 seconds – making it ideal for local authorities, government bodies, the police and probation services, where the need for interpreting can arise often with only short notice.

Sight Translation

We can provide you with highly skilled sight translators – people who can simultaneously read a document in one language, translate it and deliver the translation orally. Typically, this service is widely used for public sector interpreting, in medical settings – hospitals and doctors’ practices – and police stations.