Meet Daria Karkos – one of our Polish interpreters

Daria came to England in 2005 to look for work after studying business administration. Initially she lived in Blackpool and Leeds, worked in a warehouse and studied community interpreting level 3 at Bradford College.

Around 18 months ago she joined Enable2CIC as a Polish interpreter which she finds much more rewarding. Her work involves supporting people Read More

“We’re one big family,” says Aneesa (team profile)

 

Aneesa Sadique has a vital role with Enable2 – she is responsible for matching up requests for interpreting services with interpreters.

One of her main areas of work is organising bookings for Bradford Teaching Hospitals Trust.

Requests can be made by email or telephone, explained the booking and administration clerk, and these can be for rare languages Read More

Meet Jozef Palguta, working as an Enable2 interpreter in Sheffield

Jozef  joined Enable2 as a Slovak and Czech interpreter just a month ago (January  2017 after his friend recommended it as a good way to pay his bills following his graduation.

Based in Sheffield, he said: “I was told that the job would allow me to earn Read More

A move to help minority ethnic women to get walking and talking

Women from minority ethnic backgrounds are being encouraged to get active and discover the gems of the Bradford district whilst making new friends.

Enable2 has joined forces with Get Out More, a social enterprise based in Keighley, to help women discover what their environment has to offer in a series of walks.

We recently provided Arabic and Read More

  • Enable2 International Migrants Day

International Migrants Day 2016

We work with marginalised groups in society which included those migrating to the UK. We can provide support with language which allows them to access essential services and to become valuable members of society and integrated citizens of the community. On this, the 16 Annual International Migrants Day, we recognise the challenges faced by migrants Read More

Tell Us What You Think Of Us

 

We would like to ask you about your experiences of Enable2 in our annual customer satisfaction survey.  This is your chance to feedback on our interpreting and translation, customer service and bookings process and your input will help us to continually improve our products and services.

Click the button below to start the survey which should Read More

Our Managing Director shortlisted for Women in Business Awards 2016

We are pleased to announce that Liz Weatherill, our Managing Director is one of the shortlisted candidates in the Not for Profit category in the Yorkshire & Humber for the 2016 National Women in Business Awards.

 

The Forward Ladies’ Women in Business Awards recognise the achievements of professional business women in the North West of England, Wales, Ireland Read More

We are Pleased to be Continuing as Bradford Council’s Interpreting Partner

Here at Enable2, we are thrilled to announce that we have won the contract to continue to provide telephone and face to face interpreting services to Bradford Council including all council provision and social services. The contract will also see the creation of a new apprenticeship as the continuation of the Enable2 Work Programme.

Managing Director Read More

Enable2 Shortlisted for Business Award

We are delighted to find out that we have been short-listed for the Innovation Award in the Telegraph & Argus Bradford Means Business Awards 2016.

Our award nomination is centred on the recent introduction of our a cutting edge video interpreting system. The system allows us to offer interpreting to organisations who might not be able to Read More

Meet Our Bookings and Admin Clerk Katy

Katy Robinson
Booking and Admin Clerk
Worked for Enable2 for 1 year

We spoke to our Bookings and Admin Clerk Katy who came to us on the Employment Opportunities Fund scheme with InCommunities.  The scheme is part of Get Bradford Working; which seeks to create hundreds of new jobs, apprenticeships and work experience placements across the Bradford District.

Here Read More