We have been working with charities for many years, on oral history projects, interviews and focus groups. We offer a discounted rate to charities as we appreciate that funding is limited and we are keen to provide affordable transcription services. We also provide detailed invoices broken down to show the cost of each audio file sent to us, and our fixed price digital file rates allow you to budget in advance.
Our discounted rates for transcription for charities are as follows:
|Type of recording – assuming clear recording with minimal background noise and no strong accents||Price per Audio Minute|
|Transcription of dictation||£1.20|
|One-to-one or two-to-one research interview transcription||£1.35|
|Focus group or round table discussion||£1.50-£2.80 depending on numbers of people etc.|
|Please note: This only applies to good quality digital recordings, transcribed intelligent verbatim. Please see the information on transcription times and type for more information on this.|
In order to allow your researchers to analyse the data over time we will always send back each transcript once it is completed, rather than sending all the files back on the deadline date.
Of course we will also contact you should any problems arise and keep you fully up-to-date with expected completion dates.
If you are able to supply us with a list of key words or any background material that will always help to ensure accuracy but we are also all experts at internet research and are often able to decipher technical words or tricky names this way.
We always mark any words we’re not certain of with a highlight and, for digital recordings, the exact time within the recording where the problem word occurs. This means that you can immediately locate and, if necessary, correct, any problem words, before analysing the transcript.
Our work is carried out in-house or, when deadlines are very tight, using a very small group of tried and tested professional UK-based transcriptionists. Should the work be sent out, all the work will be checked thoroughly by Anne Hickley before it is sent to you. We know that transcription for charities can be highly confidential and if you request us not to use subcontracts we will do all the work in-house – although this might take slightly longer during busy periods.
All our clients are asked to complete a booking form when we first start work for them and this includes a confidentiality clause, but we are very happy to sign any other agreement that may require as we appreciate that transcriptions are often highly confidential in nature.