I provide consecutive interpretation services. Consecutive interpretation is most often bi-directional and, unlike simultaneous interpretation, relies on the interpreter to wait for the speaker to finish a sentence or full statement before beginning his or her spoken translation (interpretation).
Consecutive interpretation is often most commonly used in one-on-one situations such as trials, small group meetings, depositions, or meetings with medical specialists. Specialized interpretation equipment is usually not required.
The goal of this interpretation is to communicate the thoughts of those speaking with accuracy and clarity, but without interrupting the proceedings.