WHAT IS IT?
Consecutive interpreting is an oral translation mode. It is called consecutive interpreting because the interpretation follows the speech. The interpreter stands or sits beside the speaker and listens to his/her speech (max. five or ten minutes) taking notes, then he/she translates the speech into another language.
WHEN IS IT USED?
- Short presentations - Press conferences - Q&A sessions - Interviews - Training seminars - Outings - Site visits - Social engagements - Court hearings
WHAT IS OVER-THE-PHONE CONSECUTIVE INTERPRETING?
Consecutive interpreting can also take place OVER THE PHONE, using sophisticated call center technology. It happens when participants in a meeting do not speak the same language and a person who is not in the room calls in to speak via telephone. One party speaks, the interpreter listens and then translates; then the other party replies, the interpreter listens and then translates.
WHAT IS VIDEO REMOTE CONSECUTIVE INTERPRETING?
Another consecutive interpreting mode is VIDEO REMOTE INTERPRETING, which happens when participants are in different rooms and communicate via some web-based video technology. One party speaks, the interpreter listens and then translates; then the other party replies, the interpreter listens and then translates.
WHEN ARE THEY USED?
- Phone or video conferences - Group collaboration sessions - Liaison/business interpreting
WHAT CAN I DO FOR YOU?
I can interpret consecutively with a high level of accuracy, combining attention to detail, knowledge of linguistic nuances and public-speaking skills. I can render the original speech into another language transforming culture-specific references in a loud, clear and calm voice. For VIDEO REMOTE AND/OR TELEPHONE CONSECUTIVE INTERPRETING service I am available on the following platforms: Veasyt Live!, CISOC (Cultural Interpretation Services for Our Communities), Boostlingo, CadenceTranslate. I can interpret for you in the following language combinations: - ENGLISH > ITALIAN - ITALIAN > ENGLISH - GERMAN > ITALIAN - ITALIAN > GERMAN - FRENCH > ITALIAN