Interview for National Network for Interpreting

I recently took time out to speak to the National Network for Interpreting on the value of public service interpreters.
Public service interpreters provide an excellent and valuable public service that can be invaluable in some situations.

It is very important that a translating service is available especially in my constituency where we have a very diverse community and many constituents have English as their second language.

For more information check out the National Network for Interpreting website here:

2 responses to “Interview for National Network for Interpreting

  1. As a professional interpreting company who does outsourcing for many public sector organisations, including the Police I would argue that standards are raised considerably as there is consistent training, checking and processes being used.

    In addition cost savings are achieved at the same time as ensuring interpreters earn a very good standard of pay.

    In a time where substantial savings need to be made across the public services I’m sure you would agree that if standards can be raised and saving achieved that can only be a good thing.

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