Interpreting is a process that requires the interpreter to listen to a message in the original language, which is called the source language, and render that message in a different language, called the TARGET language, bridging the communication gap between speakers or signers of different languages.
There are three modes of interpretation: Consecutive, Simultaneous, and Sight Translation. The three modes of interpretation require the interpreter to understand the message, analyze it, transfer it into the target language mentally, and, finally, reformulate the message in the target language.
Our interpreters are highly skilled linguists certified by local, national or international certification bodies. Our multicultural team of interpreters goes through rigorous, training and testing protocols before being accepted as part of our team. Target Translations and Interpretations provides skill building seminars for all of our interpreters, as well as quality control reviews based on our customer’s feedback.