When delivering sensitive and confidential services such as health care and social services, it is vital that public sector organisations provide a high-quality interpreting service, using only qualified and suitably experienced interpreters.
With rising numbers of asylum seekers and economic migrants across the globe, we look at the need for interpreting, specifically within the public sector, giving an insight into the current market, procurement options and best-practice guidelines.
This white paper covers:
- Interpreting history
- Interpreting in today’s world
- Interpreting in the public sector
- What else to consider
- Interpreting risks
- The risks of interpreting