Maori Interpreters in Birmingham

Maori Interpreters in Birmingham

Maori Interpreters in Birmingham

Since 1987, Maori language is one of New Zealand’s official languages. But it wasn’t easy for this language to gain acceptance in the country: as settlers arrived in the early 19th century, the Maori language was doomed to disappear. Fortunately, in the 1970’s the Maori communities managed to reassert their identity and the language regained its whole cultural power and became a living language in its own right.

If you need a Maori Interpreter in Birmingham, do not hesitate to contact us and we will make sure to assign the right linguist for your projects.

Birmingham Translation Agency (BTA)

Our agency in Birmingham benefits from an expertise acquired over the years, thanks to which you can today require top-quality services from us. As a member of the Absolute Interpreting and Translations Group Ltd, BTA is a full member of the Association of Translation Companies (ATC) and the European Union of Associations of Translation Companies (EU ATC). It is also ISO 9001:2008 accredited which guarantees that all your requirements will be satisfied.

Our MMaori cultureaori Interpreters

Our Maori Interpreters in Birmingham are reliable, qualified and experienced professionals who are familiar with the interpretation market and will help you meet your targets. Let’s say that you are in charge of a cultural event linked with the Maori culture. The interpreter will be able to help you communicate with local people, will help you understand the documentation which you will be using, he will bring consistency and added-value to your project. If you want your event to be a success, you should for sure be supported by a Maori interpreter who will allow you to stand out from the crowd.

An interpreter for all your needs

Our interpreters are very flexible and that is why we will be able to meet all your needs. Here is the list of the offers we can provide in order to assure the success of all your endeavours:

       Types of interpreting:                                                      Modes of interpreting:

      Conference Interpreting                   Consecutive Interpreting
      Business Interpreting                   Telephone Interpreting
      Court Interpreting                   Whispering Interpreting
      Technical Interpreting                   Simultaneous Interpreting
      Social Interpreting                   Video Remote Interpreting


Confidentiality rules at BTA

You would be pleased to know that  every Maori Interpreter in Birmingham who is working with us is subject to Enhanced CRB/DBS check in order to guarantee integrity at work. Moreover they all have to sign a Confidentiality Agreement which is mandatory as we are a company registered under the Data Protection Act 1998.

Are you ready to book a Maori Interpreter with BTA? If yes, then call 0121 268 0077 or send an email to You will receive an email or fax confirming your appointment within minutes!


 Written by Emilie Ducau