These education program listings are provided as a resource for prospective voice court reporting, CART and captioning students:
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4685 Chamblee Dunwoody Rd., Building D - Suite 2
Atlanta, Georgia 30338
Phone: (770) 842-3562
Fax: (770) 727-2170
Web Site: www.courtreportingusa.com
Program Director: Joyce Frassrand-Curl
Highly successful Voicewriting Court Reporting courses, both Resident and Correspondence, constantly perfected to utilize technological advances by practicing reporters since 1988. Designed to accommodate busy schedules of working adults. Committed to skill-focused individual attention. Placement assistance readily available.
The Baton Rouge School of Court Reporting offers certificates of completion in voicewriting, court reporting, CART/Captioning, and scoping in a stress-free, supportive environment. Onsite and online courses are available. Contact us for complete program details.
1100 Spring Street, N.W.
Atlanta, Georgia 30309
Web Site: www.bccr.edu
Phone: (404) 876-1227
Fax: (404) 876-4415
Director of Admissions: Carlette Jennings
The court reporting program at Brown College is designed to train students in their choice of either realtime voice or steno machine writing. The voice writing curriculum prepares students to take the NVRA Certified Verbatim Reporter exam and secure entry-level employment in the court reporting field.
Established in 1984, CCR is progressive and student- centered with a reputation as the leading online court reporting educational provider. CCR produces graduates who pass certification and are prepared for the nuances of court reporting and captioning careers. Financial aid is available to qualified applicants. Student and alumni services are provided.
Court Reporting Degree Program Information: Academic Level: Undergraduate
11000 Pleasant Valley Road
Parma, Ohio 44130
Phone: (216) 987-5214
Fax: (216) 987-5013
Web Site: http://www.tri-c.edu/programs/captioning-and-court-reporting Program Director: Kelly Moranz, CRI
The captioning and court reporting program at Tri-C is an NVRA Education Affiliate and an NCRA certified program. Tri-C offers an all online voice writing curriculum and a day, evening, and all online machine writing program. Tri-C is a public, regionally accredited community college.
124 W. Capitol Ave, Suite 885
Little Rock, Arkansas 72201
Phone: (501) 823-9179
Fax: (501) 801-1803
Program Director: Sarah Flynn, CCR, CVR-M
View our video orientation at www.intlrealtime.org and let us show you why we are so excited about our program!
" The Pursuit of Excellence"
Formerly the American Realtime Court Reporting Institute, IRCRI now offers world- wide voice writing training with our 44-class comprehensive online training course with easy-to-understand teaching methods. This is a five-block, self-paced course which allows you to enroll at any time and train at your own speed with constant oversight by your very qualified instructors. We offer an in-house 24-month payment program as well with a low down payment.
With this course, you will build your voice speed to both state and NVRA testing levels. We provide comprehensive training using the methods of Bettye Keyes, CCR, CSR, RVR, CVR-M, on both Dragon Naturally Speaking Professional and the Eclipse Vox CAT system to allow you reach realtime success. These proven realtime techniques will also enable you to move into CART and/or captioning as well. Working court reporters are encouraged to enroll in our Dragon and Eclipse classes to advance into realtime.
Learn about punctuation, legal terminology, proper word usage, dictation techniques, voice macros, transcript preparation, real-life situations that you will encounter in your new career and more! Equipment is provided through the school and dedicated personal attention is given throughout the course by our very experienced instructors, Sarah Flynn, CCR, CVR-M, and Colette Wayda, CCR, who together have trained over 250 court reporters.
We are here to help you be a success!
CART and Captioning Training is available for students and reporters! Captioning students will learn captioning basics in addition to Dragon Naturally Speaking and EclipseVox AccuCap caption software. All training is live and instructor led.
We offer a 20 week program covering:
401 Western Lane, Suite C, Irmo, SC 29063
5 Century Dr, Suite 210, Greenville, SC 29607
Phone: (803) 447-6670
Phone: (864) 370-8037 - Greenville
Program Director: Claudia Hutchison
The South Carolina School of Court Reporting has two convenient locations and is growing Over 30 years of experience in court reporting. We are a full service school. You're not consider a student; you're considered part of our family. Open enrollment. Days, evenings, and weekends.
Since 2005, VCI has offered an inexpensive distance learning program focusing on training realtime voice writers for careers in court reporting, CART services, broadcast captioning and now webcasting. Students utilize speech recognition software from day one with access to the director days, evenings and weekends. (Dictation practice materials at all speed levels can be purchased by non-students.)
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