Interpreting

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The sound of his own language made Lev want to laugh with joy

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© Rose Tremain 2007
The Road Home
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Cintra undertakes in excess of 35,000 interpreting assignments for a wide range of customers every year. Our interpreting services are essential for day-to-day communication with people from our multi-ethnic communities and for professionals who need verbal translation when dealing with overseas customers, suppliers and partners.

With their linguistic, intercultural and interpersonal skills, as well as their professional training and experience, our interpreters provide an effective, impartial and confidential communication channel between speakers of different languages. 

Our professional interpreters are neutral, able to translate technical terms for different sectors and treat your work as strictly confidential.

For more on why it's important to use an interpreter, follow this link to hear real stories of interpreters' experiences: http://www.patientvoices.org.uk/interps.htm

Specialist interpreting services

Cintra has the experience and expertise to provide interpreters for you in over 100 languages, with the right qualifications and training, whenever and wherever they are needed. 

All our interpreters specialise in at least one discipline - for example, legal, business sectors (eg automotive, construction), health or local government.

Every day, Cintra's interpreters enable police forces, courts, GPs, hospitals, social services and businesses to communicate with non-English speakers.

Types of interpreting services

We provide high-quality, competitively priced interpreting services for any business, organisation and situation, including

  • face to face interpreting services
  • telephone interpreting services
  • British Sign Language interpreting services

For more information, or to book any of our services, call our friendly team on 01223 346870 or email booking@cintra.org.uk.

For appointments which are diagnostic, sensitive, complex or of a longer duration, such as police interviews, court hearings, medical consultations or client meetings. The interpreter typically interprets consecutively, by first listening to a section of speech and then saying it in the other language.

A cost-effective solution for emergency situations or short appointments, such as enquiries and referrals, situations where you need to contact people in remote locations, or for rare language requests where face-to-face interpreters are less readily available.

British Sign Language (BSL) is the sign language used in the UK to communicate with deaf or hard-of-hearing people.  It is a language of space and movement using the hands, body, face and head.  For people with a loss of vision as well as hearing we can provide qualified interpreters specialising in Hands on signing, Visual frame signing and Deaf blind manual.