Interpreting New Zealand’s three core services are:
- Workplace Training
- Information Lines
Interpreter’s help people communicate when they use different languages. Interpreting New Zealand trains, employs and provides interpreters in some 70 languages, including Sign Language. Often, the interpreter is the only one present who understands everything that is being said. This is a serious responsibility – it calls for trained professionals.
Our interpreters work face-to-face (onsite) or by telephone or via video. We travel to different regions of New Zealand and handle calls nationally and internationally.
We have an excellent reputation for training health practitioners and officials from local and central government agencies on how to work with interpreters. This will help you and your staff feel comfortable in the interpreting situation and work more effectively with interpreting professionals.
We can provide you with pre-recorded information lines in other languages, so that the public information you wish to spread can be received and understood by non-English speaking members of your target communities.