Birmingham, United Kingdom, September 13, 2019 --(PR.com
)-- In the 40 years Milton Keynes has existed, it has grown by leaps and bounds. Consequently, it has seen an increase in the number of people living there. These people aren’t all the same. Thus, Milton requires more language services, such as Public Service Interpreting and Certified Translation among others, that’s where Absolute Interpreting and Translations step in.
Absolute Interpreting and Translations Ltd. is a specialist Language Service Provider, working with notable clients such as various NHS trusts and Local Authorities throughout the UK and abroad. Thus, Milton Keynes language services found them. However, they were not selected on reputation alone. They were also selected due to their success in a rigorous tender exercise.
Why Absolute was able to supersede the competition when Acquiring the Milton Keynes Council Language Service Provision Contract:
One of the factors contributing to Absolutes Interpreting and Translations growth into Milton Keynes, as well as in general, seems to be its ability to spread its geographical reach without compromising the quality its services. This is proven through their IS017100:2015 quality management certification. Some innovations which contribute to this competitive edge include investment in a webinar training platform. Absolute Interpreting and Translations delivers a CIPSI training course through webinars to all its interpreters. This allows them to recruit locals in all regions, without, inflating prices, or compromising quality.
However recruiting locally is insufficient to obtain Language Service provider contracts. Firms also need to manage their recruits properly to meet their client’s demands. Absolute Interpreting and translations use a quarter of a million pound digital management system to do this. Thanks to this, they are able to communicate instantaneously with linguists and clients. Aside from this, it allows us to filter through thousands of linguists quickly. This allows them to utilise their strategic geographical recruitment method efficiently.
How Awarding Absolute Interpreting and Translations a Language Provider Contract is beneficial to Milton Keynes’s and its residents:
Aside from deeply obvious financial benefits for clients, such as the significant cut to logistical expenses, there are also less obvious social and fiscal befits. Such as a boost in the number of constituents in employment and the skills and qualification gained by local constituents who become employed. By making an effort to recruit from the local communities, Absolute Interpreting and translations provide opportunities to some of society’s most socially excluded members. People from foreign ethnic backgrounds that speak English as a second language are statistically underrepresented in the job market. By Contracting Language Service Providers that recruit locally, such as Absolute Interpreting and Translations, local authorities, help give these people employment. Absolute Interpreting and Translations in particular, also provide all their Interpreters with a CIPSI qualification free of charge.
Social Value & Ethics - Interpreting for the right reasons
Why Milton Keynes Council Trusts Absolute Interpreting and Translations not to compromise on the quality of the Language Service it provides:
Other than providing the fiscal benefits of having a Language service provider that recruits locally would have, Absolute Interpreting and Translations also genuinely care about the moral nature of Interpreting and Translating services. Absolute Interpreting and Translations reputation for ethical conduct may still have had some appeal to Milton Keynes. While local authorities are often legally compelled in to fund interpreters, it is understood that the Laws requiring them to do so are put in place due to ethical codes present within our society. Thus, it makes sense the institutions like Milton Keynes Council to desire that the interpreters and Translators they request act in an ethical manner when providing their service.
Recognising ethics is something their clients’ seem to value, Absolute Interpreting and Translations recognises the status of Language Service provision as a “professional” industry. By this they mean that bridging language barriers is a public good, and as such, they believe firms ought to take into account an appreciation the ethical factors when providing a Language Services; such as the moral and social value of Public Service interpreting. To ensure this is known and actioned by all of their linguists, all their interpreters and Translators are subject to an ethical code as part of their terms of service. They are then taught how to implement this in practice, through the previously mentioned webinar training sessions. Furthermore, they suggest that remuneration is not their Linguist’s only motivation for providing Language services. This may well be true, given that their selection process targets native speakers meaning that their Linguists may well have received the services they are granting others access to.
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