Who uses our directory
At ACIS we represent the interests of our members by bringing awareness to service providers of the importance of using qualified community interpreters.
Public Sector Bodies
Our aim is to make the interpreter directory accessible to all organisations in the public sector to achieve impactful, quality results for the service user, the interpreter and the wider community.
Agencies have to fulfil a myriad of customer requests often on an urgent basis. Our directory offers interpreters in rare languages that you may struggle to find otherwise.
Working with restricted budgets make it challenging to use qualified interpreters. Our full members have the expertise and knowledge to provide a quality service at Community level.
Recognition and results for our members and affiliates who are passionate about advocacy – all for the benefit of our members and the wider public sector and charity community.
English Unlocked helps clients to overcome language barriers
They offer training packages and rewriting services which enable you to engage better with clients who are learning English as a foreign language.
Clear Voice is an award-winning language services social enterprise
Clear Voice donates 100% of their profits to Migrant Help, their parent charity, which supports their work with the victims of displacement and exploitation.
Vandu is a family-run language service provider
Vandu helps local minority communities by providing language training. Over the years, they have trained many migrants and refugees to become community interpreters.
REAP is an independent refugee-led organisation
Based in West London, it aims to empower refugees and asylum-seekers to live as valuable and valued members of British society.
The Black and Minority Ethnic Health Forum is a healthcare charity
It empowers marginalised patients, communities and patients from deprived backgrounds to engage and reduce health inequalities in local health and social care provision.
Setting new standards of excellence in the profession since 2009
DPSI Online was also the first online interpreting course provider in the UK and has trained over 1,400 students to become professional translators and interpreters. As the main provider of training for ACIS it has been a precursor to raise standards in community interpreting.
Effective communication across the community
A registered charity whose aim is to support the promotion of good race relations and the elimination of discrimination through more effective communication and the removal of barriers faced by the BME community.
Aqua Interpreting Group is a language service provider
The company is made up of a network of highly qualified translators and interpreters speaking over 350+ languages and dialects.