We are a leading provider of public sector translation and interpreting services. All our linguists working for the public sector are UK-based and vetted by the Disclosure and Barring Service.

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Whether you need a simple translation of a business card or more complex technical interpreting or translation, our specialists are on hand to support your company's success in trading overseas.

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Solicitors, housing, healthcare and insurance companies are just a few of the businesses benefiting from our high quality and responsive service, helping them to communicate with non-English speakers as clients or in their workforce.

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We provide translation and interpreting services for the general public too. From certificates, letters or legal documents to university dissertations, you can be sure we'll provide a quick and high quality service no matter the size of the project.

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Interpreting for the Police – an Informative CPD Day in Leicester

19 July 2019

Part of our mission at Cintra Interpreting is to provide high quality and relevant training and continuous professional development (CPD) opportunities to our linguists, so that they can continuously provide an excellent service to our clients. Our latest CPD event on 6 July was centred around police interpreting, more specifically...
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Cyber Security at CLSG

13 May 2019

In today’s digital world, cyber security is a pressing matter and it is particularly important for businesses to keep the data they handle secure, be it their customers’, suppliers’ or their own employees’ information. At Cintra Language Services Group we take cyber security very seriously, as a breach in our...
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International Romani Day

8 April 2019

Did you know that today is International Romani Day? Since the beginning of the ‘90s, the 8th of April has been the day to celebrate and promote traditional Roma culture and to raise awareness of the challenges and difficulties that Romani people still face today due to discrimination. A brief...
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Meet our Bookings Team Manager, Ursula!

10 January 2019

Cintra is like a machine with many interconnected and intricate pieces that have to align perfectly so that we can provide a great service to our customers. One part of this machine is, of course, our highly experienced and trained interpreters who are out there in the world, helping you...
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A Badge of Quality – Cintra are now ISO certified

6 June 2018

Cintra Language Services Group are extremely proud to have been awarded full certification under ISO 17100 Requirements for Translation Services. This is of particular importance to us as it applies a seal of approval to the quality of service that we have strived to maintain since the business was formed....
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How do I become a Police Interpreter?

7 August 2017

It was years ago when an old colleague asked me what I planned for my future. Surprised by his question and knowing that he was passionate about computers I said I liked the English language. He laughed saying, “I could make a future for myself with my computer – what...
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Interested in training to become an interpreter?

12 June 2017

We are happy to announce our next Diploma in Police Interpreting course in Warwick! Are you bilingual, have excellent communication skills and have been thinking of becoming a police interpreter? If you’ve been dreaming of becoming an interpreter in the criminal justice system, now is the time to make those...
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Cintra continues its partnership with INTRAN

10 May 2017

Cintra is absolutely delighted to announce that following the recent procurement process, it has once again been chosen as a provider of face-to-face interpreting services for the INTRAN partnership, covering a large number of public sector and voluntary organisations in Norfolk, Suffolk, Cambridgeshire, Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire and Essex. This continues a...
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Training interpreters to handle real-life dilemmas

8 March 2016

 Many of our interpreters work in social services and care settings. Sometimes it does happen that they are the only witness to unsafe practices or intimidating behaviour.   Mr Kovacs is working very hard this morning. He’s holding tight to his Zimmer frame, edging first one foot forward and then the next....
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Happy Baba Marta Day – Have you got your red & white wool ready?

1 March 2016

I love March. There is something about it that makes it one of the most positive months of the year for me. It marks the end of winter and beginning of spring and fills me with fresh enthusiasm about that lies ahead. (And as you’ve probably already heard – we...
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