These education program listings are provided as a resource for prospective voice court reporting, CART and captioning students:
Although NVRA does not accredit any court reporting schools or programs at this time, NVRA is grateful to the following paid sponsors of the NVRA Web site. Reference on NVRA’s Web site to any specific school or educational program does not constitute the endorsement or recommendation by NVRA. NVRA does not guarantee or make any warranty, express or implied, regarding the accuracy, reliability or completeness of information included in the sites, nor does NVRA accept any responsibiity for any loss, damage or expense resulting from or related to the use of this information. The inclusion of external hyperlinks does not constitute endorsement or recommendation by NVRA of the linked Web resources or the information, products, or services contained therein.
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In evaluating voice writing programs, prospective students should be aware of certain knowledge, skills and abilities that may be required of a professional reporter, depending upon their chosen area of practice (e.g., judicial, freelance, CART or captioning provider).