Our business meeting interpreters in Melbourne can assist you at negotiations, discussions and collaborations and more...
TJC Global Serving Since 1985
TJC Global has a network of expert interpreters based in Melbourne to assist you and your business in over 100 languages.
We match the professional backgrounds of our interpreters to your company’s requirements to ensure that any interpreting of industry-specific terminology is 100% accurate.
TJC interpreters specialisms range from medicine to engineering, law to agriculture, and physics to economics.
With so much going on in this multicultural hub, it is common to come across language barriers in business. Whatever your language needs in Melbourne, TJC can provide interpreting services of the highest quality to match.
We can provide specialist deposition interpreters in Melbourne and elsewhere in Australia for witness testimonials as are common in the US and Canada
Our arbitration interpreters in Melbourne can assist those seeking an alternative to litigation.
At TJC Global, we have a network of certified conference interpreters for multi-national conferences of all natures.
Our large and diverse network of court interpreters are familiar with the format, conventions, procedures and requirements of court interpreting.
Our industry interpreters can cover assignments in a broad range of industries; including aerospace, motoring, manufacturing and civil engineering.
Simultaneous interpreting most often involves two interpreters as the work can be very mentally tiring. Located in a booth, the interpreters listen to the speaker via a headset and interpret into a microphone simultaneously. This is the form of interpreting used during UN meetings, and is often available at international conferences. It is also usually only in one language direction.
Consecutive interpreting is used for smaller events such as business meetings, discussions, court cases and hearings and other business visits. It may also be used during panel sessions at conferences. It involves the interpreter first listening (often making notes) and subsequently communicating the message into the target language when the speaker has either taken a pause, or when time is given for them to interpret. Consecutive interpreting is the most commonly requested form of interpreting. Consecutive interpreting may involve switching language direction often.
Facilitating interpreting is used when a client has some previous knowledge of the source language. The interpreter is on hand to assist should the client require it but will not continuously translate as with consecutive or simultaneous interpreting. Often, difficult or technical terminology will be unknown and the interpreter will assist by clarifying the term in the client's native tongue. A facilitating interpreter essentially ensures that no misunderstandings occur and provides relief for the client from the fatigue of speaking and listening in a foreign language.
Telephone interpreting is just what it sounds like. An interpreter assists two parties, who are not able to meet in person, to communication with one another over the telephone or via video conferencing. Sometimes the interpreter is present in one of the two locations, sometimes he/she is located somewhere apart from both parties. The interpreter assists in both language directions.