(Requires microphones, headsets, and booths)
This is standard practice at international meetings these days. The interpreter sits in a booth, listening to the speech through headphones, and translates simultaneously. Conference delegates wear headsets to listen in to the language of their choice. Interpreters normally work in a team of two or more per booth, depending on the number of active and passive languages. Here again our Consultant Interpreter will be able to give you expert guidance.
How do I get in touch?
Contact the office manager at Conference Interpreters UK, you will have access to a pool of skilled professional interpreters via a duty interpreter who will discuss your requirements and propose a solution.
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