Conference Interpreting

Why do I have to pay more for an interpreter recording?

The role of interpreter is sometimes misunderstood.  Much effort is done by the profession to educate all sectors that need this vital work.  Conference interpreters work like United Nations interpreters.  They are inside ISO compliant booths with simultaneous equipment so that the event may be delivered to foreign speakers as if it were in their …

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The Rigorous Mode of Simultaneous Interpreting

Simultaneous interpreting is the most rigorous of interpreting modes.  Only a small percentage of professionals can truly work simultaneously (listen to speaker in source language, render it into the target language, while listening to the next segment in the source language).  It is also a misnomer, because there has to be décalage in order to …

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Why Conference Interpreters Need Background Information?

Some event and meeting planners have experience working with conference interpreters. Others have none. Nevertheless, there is always a first time. Although securing an interpreting team in the correct language pair is important, it is equally vital that the team be familiar with the subject material. Why does that matter? First, how many words are …

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Why should a company invest in language classes?

Why should a company invest in language classes? Recently, I conducted Spanish language safety class with a group of workers.  I have been providing regular safety training with this company for a while now. The employees are eager to learn, and I have come to know many of them. There hasn’t been a lot of …

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Interpreting for development training

A positive company culture and safety environment are not always easy to accomplish. The larger the company, the more diverse the workforce, the greater the potential exists for difficulties arise. This is especially the case when you also add an immigrant workforce with the language barrier. All these different backgrounds and cultures often create a …

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Interpreting for Technical Training

Just as newer technologies continue to replace older technologies, employees must continue to receive updated technical training. Technical skills training is a necessary component of continuing education if employees are to keep abreast with the changes and perform their duties correctly. Even highly skilled employees with many years of experience need additional training from time …

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Onboarding Training

There is a difference between orientation and onboarding employee training. Orientation is usually related to human resources and is done at the first week of employment. It covers a wide variety of general information that employees need to know, like company culture and employees’ benefits. On the other hand, onboarding typically is department specific and …

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Conference Interpreting Solutions for Company Orientations

Company orientations are one of the most common types of employee training. It introduces employees to the company and shares its method of operation and its core values. This formally welcomes newly hired employees. Typically, this happens the first week on the job. This training usually applies to most or all company departments and roles. …

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