We can also assist with online interpreting for videoconferences, webinars and hearings, in consecutive or simultaneous mode (Remote Simultaneous Interpreting/RSI).
Distance Interpreting (DI) existed prior to the Covid-19 crisis, but the increased use of teleconferencing during the pandemic has brought about changes in Conference Interpreting. DI allows interpreters to work in a hybrid setting, or remotely from a hub, with speakers and event participants being located in different venues or even countries. Where necessary, interpreters can also work from their own premises (e.g. via a cloud-based platform).
A hub provides conventional equipment, a professional audio system and the assistance of qualified technicians, offering clients increased reliability and quality. Conference interpreting is heavily reliant on teamwork, and a hub or hybrid setting also allows interpreters to be co-located, recreating a real face-to-face working environment.
How do I get in touch?
Contact Conference Interpreters UK: you will have access to a pool of skilled professional interpreters via a consultant interpreter who will discuss your requirements and propose a solution.
You can also use the “Call me” button (top right) to request a call from our duty interpreter.
wear headsets to listen in
the language of their choice
Smaller group? We will make
notes and interpret at frequent
intervals during the speech
For when it's
not possible to meet in person