A translation is a written communication in a second language which has the same meaning as the original written material.
Some examples of the materials we have translated include the following:
- Driver’s license
- Legal contracts
- Birth, death or marriage certificate
- Scientific or journal articles
- Academic records
- Marketing or promotional material
- Medical records
- Emails, letters and other written correspondence
We also provide a transcription service, for translating audio recordings such as records of interviews.
The original material may be in English and need to be translated to a language other than English. Likewise, the original material may need to be translated into English from another language.
Our small team of administrative and booking staff at QITS are able to provide a very personalised service and can respond with speed and flexibility to the needs of our clients. When things need to move fast, or when last-minute changes require attention, our translation clients can call our office and ask for the staff they have come to know by name, or they can email them directly. We do not operate a large call-centre, allowing our staff to form friendly and effective working relationships with our clients. We work together with our clients and our translators to provide quality and timely onsite interpreting services across Queensland.
Here at QITS Language Services we pride ourselves on our service. We work to meet the needs of our clients in a way that makes it easy to do business with us. We have carved out something of a niche in the interpreting community as problem solvers who bring a can-do attitude and style of service provision to our day-to-day interactions with our clients and our translators. When the unanticipated happens, we move fast and we look for solutions. We are continuously working towards improving our service, so we can provide you with a quality experience.
At QITS Language Services, we value integrity and ethics and this is reflected not only in our moment-to-moment work, but also in the quality of our relationships with a long list of clients and in the relationships with our community of interpreters and translators.
I have something to be translated. What do I do?
You can simply telephone or email our staff who can talk with you about your needs.