Types of Interpreting

Consecutive or simultaneous, sign language, through relay - the choice is yours.

Common forms of interpreting

Most situations are suitable for either face to face or telephone interpreting.

Consecutive interpreter

The speaker stops after a few sentences, to give the interpreter time to interpret. This is the most common method used in interpreting sessions.

Simultaneous interpreting

The interpreter is usually one or two words or concepts behind the speaker.

New Zealand Sign Language

Is an official language in New Zealand. The interpreter is usually one or two words or concepts behind the speaker:

There is more information at:

www.nzrelay.co.nz
www.deaf.org.nz
www.slianz.org.nz