SLS is managed by professional linguists and language teachers who offer best-practice language service. Director, Dr Na Pham, and her team have many years of experience in language teaching, translating, interpreting and editing across the language, cultural and corporate fields.
Our language trainers and editors are not only native speakers of the language they teach and love the work they do, but they have impressive qualifications together with at least 5 years of teaching experience.
Our translators and interpreters at Sydney Language Solutions are accredited by the National Accreditation Authority for Translators and Interpreters Ltd (NAATI).
Why Sydney Language Solutions
Translation - Interpreting
We provide quality services in translation and interpreting for individuals and companies. We can translate all documents of any size and content. We also provide interpreters for all occasions across the greater Sydney metropolitan area.
We provide programs with tailored content and structure for employees requiring language skills development.
We deliver learning materials, exercises and strategies to provide enhanced practical skills in key areas of your choice. Programs are available for all proficiency levels across a range of languages and cultures.
All courses are carefully structured to utilise user-friendly materials and engaging class activities. Our courses are offered across a range of proficiency levels starting from Beginner 1 to Intermediate.
Our friendly trainers are native speakers with extensive experience in teaching students of all levels.
Our services include: Cultural briefing, Language proficiency evaluations, Interpreting, Translation, Editing and proof-reading, Subtitling, Website localisation, Voice overs, Transcription, Bilingual tour.
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