The skill you will learn in court reporting school can lead you down many paths in the job market. These include, but are not limited to, deposition reporter, court reporter, CART provider for the hearing impaired, TV captioning and much, much more. The skill of writing on a stenograph machine is unique and highly in demand.
To enroll, you must have a high school diploma or GED. You must have a love of words. You will constantly be learning new things. The projected growth for court reporting shows that by 2020, we will have a severe shortage in all areas of court reporting as many older reporters retire.
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What will I do in this field?
In this field you can become the person who transcribes trials in court, testimony in depositions, college classes for the hearing impaired or TV captioning.
What prerequisites are required?
The only prerequisites required are high school diploma/GED and typing at 45 wpm.
What skills will student have upon completion of the program?
You will be able to write on a stenograph machine at 200 words per minute with 97.5% accuracy.
What are some career opportunities?
Career opportunities include taking down the spoken word for trial proceedings, the hearing impaired in a college setting or Broadcast captioning for TV.
What is the projected growth for this Job? What’s the career outlook?
This field is growing at a tremendous rate. The Americans with Disabilities Act has opened up court reporting to TV and college courses where someone is needed to translate the oral word to the written word.
How do I enroll?
You may enroll by emailing:firstname.lastname@example.org. A form will be sent to you upon request. You can also visit:downeycourtreporting.com for enrollment information.