Court Reporting is an I.T. profession with possibilities:
*Judicial Reporters serve the legal community in the courtroom as well as in depositions, business meetings, and conferences;
*Broadcast Captioners are realtime reporters who provide captioning for live television broadcasts of news, sporting events, emergency broadcasts, and a host of others;
*CART (Communication Access Realtime Translation) Providers are realtime reporters who provide personalized services for the deaf and hard-of-hearing communities as well as people learning English as a second language;
*Webcasting and Internet Information Reporters capture business meetings in realtime via online services.
Our program is accredited through the National Court Reporters Association (NCRA).
Orientation is mandatory for all new students. All new students before beginning class, must purchase or rent a realtime-ready student stenowriter. Online students must also purchase access to specialty software to use when writing realtime, prior to beginning the program.