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As our language partner, we make it our priority to be available to you and to ensure that you are successful with every assignment you choose to accept from us.
Our billing team takes pride in being responsive, transparent and prompt. You can count on us to make accurate and timely payments.
With your schedule noted in our scheduling system, you have the ability to accept or decline assignments based on your availability.
We receive language requests in a wide range of industries including education, medicine, law and social services. We also provide interpretation in group settings.
If you’re interested in the language industry but are not quite sure where to begin, research into a language school may be a good start for you.
The following are some locations throughout California where you can enroll in a program to obtain a certificate for interpreting and/or translating. It is by no means a complete list of interpreter programs in California.See a List of Schools
Being placed on one of the lists below "will increase your marketability" and assist users of language services everywhere. Depending on the assignment, priority is usually given to legal and medical interpreters and translators on one of these lists.
The information provided here is merely for your reference. For further assistance concerning certification exams, please direct any and all of your questions to the relevant testing agencies.
The Court Interpreters Program strives to ensure access to the courts for persons with limited English proficiency or those who are deaf or hard-of-hearing.
The use of competent federal court interpreters in proceedings involving speakers of languages other than English is critical to ensure that justice is carried out fairly for defendants and other stakeholders.
The mission of the National Board is to foster improved healthcare outcomes, patient safety, and patient/provider communication.
The certification program allows translators to demonstrate that they meet certain standards of the translation profession.
A certification program for healthcare interpreters that assesses their competence and to help ensure quality of interpreting in any healthcare setting and in any modality of interpreting.
RID plays a leading role in establishing a national standard of quality for interpreters.
The KudoZ open glossary is a browsable glossary of terms translated via the KudoZ term help network.
Ethical Principles, Protocols, and Guidance on Roles & Intervention
A legal glossary in 11 languages created by the County of Sacramento.
This manual is intended to inform interpreters of their professional and ethical responsibilities in the judicial system.
Required for processing of all assignments to ensure services are successfully completed.
CFI is a professional association and labor union advocating for the interests of the legal interpreting profession.
CHIA’s mission includes promoting the healthcare interpreter profession and providing education and training to healthcare professionals.
The NCIHC is a multidisciplinary organization whose mission is to promote and enhance language access in health care in the United States.
ATA was established to advance the translation and interpreting professions and foster the professional development of individual translators and interpreters.
NAJIT's mission is to promote quality services in the field of legal interpreting and translating.
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"They are true professionals who understand the skills necessary for proper interpretation and who respect their interpreters and the work they must perform. Excel’s professional and clear communication on all assignments and their organized administration make it easy to carry out the work."
"The staff and management at Excel are professional and pleasant to work with. They adhere to high interpretation standards and are fully committed to excellent customer service in dealing with clients and interpreters. I enjoy working with Excel and look forward to our continued collaboration."