This type of interpreting is used in different situations such as Conferences, Meetings, Government etc. and will normally require the need for interpreting equipment such as, ear phones, booths and a fully prepared interpreter.
How Simultaneous Interpreting works
If you are unsure which interpreting service is for you then this is an easy 4 step guide to show you how Simultaneous Interpreting works. It is often called Conference interpreting as well, just to confuse you. Picture an interpreter in a booth listening to the speaker and relaying what is said into a microphone so people with headsets (the audience) can understand what is being said in their language. Here are the steps and if this isn’t quite right for you then try looking at Consecutive interpreting or maybe telephone interpreting?
The source language speaker speaks
The interpreter (normally in a booth) relays the interpretation (normally via a microphone)
The message is relayed to the target language listeners (often via earphones)
As the message is being relayed and understood, the source language speaker speaks again and the process starts again.
What our customers say
“Lingua Translations have provided us with professional interpreters for a number of years, they always manage to organise everything brilliantly with great attention to detail, such an excellent service”
David Cole, Monarch
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Many of our customers love the fact that we manage everything from start to finish, we provide the perfect solution, perfect translators and ensure that you don’t have to concern yourself with any of the intricacies of interpreting