Absolute has once again been recognised for its excellence, this time by the East Sussex NHS trust. East Sussex NHS trust have recently made the careful and calculated decision to award Absolute Interpreting and Translations Ltd an interpreting contract delegating them the task of crossing the language barrier between their employees, patients and clients.
This is unsurprising, given Absolute Interpreting and Translations Ltd have time and time again demonstrated their ability to cross the language barrier in 315 languages, to clients ranging from Southend-on-Sea borough council to Birmingham, Dudley and Wolverhampton CCG. Though there is no need to take our word for it, just glance at any issue of our quarterly customer satisfaction survey to find joyful reviews all around.
The decision to award Absolute the contract was not arbitrary, faced with a rigorous tender exercise, Absolute Interpreting and Translations Ltd excelled and was rated the best among many. This success was by no means a one-off, Absolute Interpreting and Translations Ltd saw a similar victory in 2016, being awarded with the HealthTrust Europe NHS Framework Agreement.
315 barriers, one solution, how do we do it?
I would not be possible for Absolute Interpreting
and Translations Ltd to make these accomplishments without its expanding pool
of happy, ambitious and devoted interpreters and translators. At Absolute we
understand interpreting is not merely a job, but a profession, and therefore of
importance to the general public. Hence, we provide practical and effective
training course to all ambitious bilinguals who wish to help their community FREE
OF CHARGE. By doing so we give them the opportunity to transition from
bilinguals, to professional interpreters, kick starting their career. Thus, its
no surprise we have 20,000+ professional and qualified interpreters and
translators allowing us to break 315 barriers for multiple clients.