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Interpretation

You can count on Access to convey your message flawlessly into another language.

SIMULTANEOUS INTERPRETATION Panama

 

In simultaneous interpretation, the interpreter renders the message into the target language from the source language, while the speaker speaks continuously. The simultaneous interpreter, sitting in a sound-proof booth, speaks into a microphone, while hearing the speaker via earphones. The simultaneous interpretation is rendered to the listeners via wireless interpretation receivers.  When more than a language pair is required, then several booths are installed for relay interpretation.

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ESCORT INTERPRETATION

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In escort interpretation, the service is performed in a series of venues where the interpreter accompanies the client.  The interpretation can be rendered consecutively or simultaneously, through the use of portable interpretation equipment.

 

 

Our interpreters have participated in important events ranging from the Panama Canal transfer in 1999, and its expansion in 2016, to current local, regional, and international meetings and conferences. Our voices are heard throughout the media interpreting for outstanding leaders in politics, science and arts.  INTERPRETATION PANAMA

CONSECUTIVE INTERPRETATION Panama



In consecutive interpreting, the interpreter speaks after the source-language speaker has finished speaking. The speech is divided into segments, and the interpreter listens and takes notes as the speaker progresses through the message. When the speaker pauses or finishes speaking, the interpreter then renders a portion of the message or the entire message in the target language.

Consecutive interpretation can be rendered remotely through teleconference.

CERTIFIED INTERPRETATION

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Certified interpretation is rendered at legal, notarial or other proceedings that by law or regulation require the services of a certified interpreter.  The interpreter must present his or her government license for the record of the proceeding.