Care Quality Commissions Awards Language Service Contract

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Press Release

5 July 2018

Newbury, UK

 Care Quality Commissions Awards Language Service Contract

Prestige Network have been successfully servicing a newly awarded contract to Care Quality Commission (CQC) for the provision of all the language services, including:

  • Translation
  • Face to Face Interpreting
  • Telephone Interpreting
  • British Sign Language Interpreting
  • Video Interpreting
  • Transcription
  • Easy Read, Braille and other bespoke solutions for accessible communication.

With 26 years of experience in the interpreting industry and an excellent track record of delivering the full suite of services in interpreting, translation and accessible communication, Prestige Network is perfectly placed to meet the needs of this prestigious high-profile client.


Charlie Fisher, Editorial Manager @ CQC commented,

We find Prestige Network to be an excellent organisation to work with. As a health and social care regulator, our accessible communications needs are varied and often urgent – across the whole of England.”  She continued “The services we use include face-to-face interpreting and translation. We find Prestige colleagues to be responsive, friendly and knowledgeable, and the systems they use are user-friendly and effective. We also find Prestige are keen to establish a good customer relationship, and they represent value for money. I would not hesitate to recommend Prestige to any organisation that requires high-quality translation and interpreting services.”

Waheeda Soomro, Account Manager at Prestige Network said. “It is great to be supporting the work of an organisation such as the CQC, as they are pivotal in ensuring high standards across health & social care services.  Communicating their findings to all sections of the population is an essential part of their work and we’re delighted to have been chosen to be part of that journey”. She continued, “we look forward to developing this relationship further.”

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