|Conference||Simultaneous interpreting at international conferences and formal meetings, with interpreters working in pairs in booths.|
|Business||Interpreting at smaller or less formal company meetings, factory visits, exhibitions, product launches, at government meetings and accompanying delegations etc, that mainly involve consecutive or whispered interpreting.|
|Police & Court||Interpreting for the police and courts, the probation service, solicitors, at arbitrations and tribunals etc., that mainly involve consecutive or whispered interpreting.|
(e.g. medical and social services)
|Interpreting for individuals and organisations such as the NHS and social services in matters of health and welfare, as well as for the local government, not-for-profit organisations and at community events, that mainly involve consecutive or whispered interpreting.|
|Telephone||Interpreting over the telephone, where one or more speakers are not in the same room as the interpreter and communicate with him or her through a telephone line.|
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