Thank you to Sarinya for accepting the booking at short notice. Sarinya took the time to explain proceedings slowly and carefully despite not having had much warning of the difficulties faced.
Newport Tribunal Judge
Previously known as Sarinya Wood, I am a qualified conference and court interpreter. Born and raised in Bangkok, I am a British national, have lived in the UK for 20 years and have two British children. I have been a full-time interpreter for over 14 years.
I am a Chartered Linguist, awarded by the Chartered Institute of Linguists (CIOL) in the UK.
I am at pre-candidate stage for entry to the International Association of Conference Interpreters (AIIC) and a fully qualified interpreter in Thai on the National Register of Public Service Interpreters (NRPSI). My registration number is 17182.
I have over 3,000 hours interpreting experience in the UK. This year I interpreted in 17-week civil trial at the International Tribunals, London for $1.5 Billion Wind Energy claim between Suppipat & Narongdej and a week for the EU Arms Export and Customs Control in London.
Previous years, I interpreted remotely for the UN-Habitat, UN-ICC, UN-REDD, UN-ESCAP, UN-ODC, UN-HCR, the International Pharmaceutical Federation, Dubai Live Conference and many pharmaceutical companies.
I acted as official FIFA interpreter for the Thailand National Football Team during the Women’s World Cup FRANCE 2019.
I also work for numerous private and corporate clients, including interpreting and translation work on Industrial training programmes for Thai and U.K. staff.
I am a sole trader, not a language agency. No part of your fee will be paid to an Agency, you will at no time deal through a third party. I will be your partner throughout, will do the work myself and you will communicate directly with me.
I will endeavour to reply to you within one hour, always the same day.
I have enhanced disclosure, available for clients to view at any time. In October 2019 my NPPV 3 Security Clearances was updated for all UK Police Forces including the Metropolitan Police.