What is Braille?
Braille is the printed language used by blind or partially sighted people.
It uses an alphabet composed of a series of raised dots, which people read using their fingertips.
Braille requires a special printing process. It can be printed onto paper, card, plastic and metal.
When is it useful?
Braille is ideal when you need to provide printed material for blind or partially sighted people.
It is also important that any Braille correspondence you receive is fully understood, so you can reply to it promptly.
How To Book
Before you call
- Make sure you have your INTRAN ID code.
- If you don’t know your ID code, contact the INTRAN Champion within your organisation. They’ll let you know what the code is.
If you don't know who your INTRAN Champion is
Check the Champions Directory.
Call or email
The operator will ask you these eight questions
- What is your ID code?
What is the name of your organisation?
What is your name?
What is the source language of the document or recording? (English)
What language do you need the content to be translated into? (Braille)
What sort of document is it? What is its key audience and purpose?
Do you have a preferred format or method of delivery for the translated text?
When would you like to have the document back?