The deaf community feels isolated with their minimal access to the wider community and services. At Absolute Interpreting and Translations, we want to ensure that the deaf community has the means to stay connected with everyone and with all aspects of life. There are, in fact, multiple everyday scenarios whereby an individual or a business can benefit from our Professional Remote BSL Video Interpreters:
This is why we decided to establish Remote BSL Video Interpreting Services in order to guarantee inclusion of the deaf community into the rest of society, even from a distance.
In a work environment, it is easy to create barriers unintentionally. For instance, unscheduled work meetings, verbal announcements, or even one-to-one meetings can trigger complications for deaf employees. At Absolute, we want help those who run offices or work environments to operate in a manner that does not ostracise the deaf. Our Remote BSL Video Interpreting Services are available if you are unable to book a Face-to-Face interpreter. This is the perfect solution for any urgent meetings or last-minute announcements. This, in turn, enables deaf employees to truly prosper and to get involved in all aspects of work life.
Our service is also beneficial in medical environments (hospitals, GP’s etc.), or in other words, between a doctor and patient whose preferred method of communication is BSL. We have longstanding experience as an approved language service provider for many NHS trusts across the UK. From such a status, it has been proven that our Remote BSL Video Interpreting Service is an ideal solution for all unscheduled appointments with deaf patients, or for urgent situations when deaf patients are admitted into the emergency room. Essentially, remote BSL interpreting holds great significance in granting deaf people access to the country’s medical service.
At Absolute, we understand that local authorities want to ensure inclusion of all citizens. Our service is, therefore, applicable for all county councils so that they have the appropriate measures to guarantee that the deaf community is kept up to date with all community matters.
Our Remote BSL Video Interpreters not only have an exemplary command of BSL, but they have also been awarded either a Signature Level 6 Certificate, a CACDP Level 3 or CACDP Level 4 Certificate, or a degree in BSL Interpreting. These official qualifications enable those who are proficient in BSL to provide interpreting services for the deafblind. Additionally, prior to working with us, all interpreters must successfully complete an intensive training course with us. We do this to ensure that they are well equipped with the necessary skills and knowledge to deliver a high-quality service, even via a video call.
It is also mandatory for our interpreters to sign an NDA (non-disclosure agreement), vowing to not retain any client information. For these reasons, we are proud to announce that all of our Remote BSL Video Interpreters are impartial yet professional, meaning that you can be confident that they will deliver precise messages without inflicting their personal opinions.
However, if Remote BSL Video Interpreting is not the service that you are looking for, then we would like to inform you that we also provide high-quality Translation Services in Birmingham, London, Manchester and in many other cities across the UK.