Court Reporting Certificate

Court Reporting

This court reporting, closed captioning, and CART providing self-paced, home study training program will prepare you to be an excellent real-time writer to allow you to enter any or all three of these exciting, lucrative careers. What is real-time writing? As we write on a steno machine, the words appear in English on a computer screen, a television screen, a projector screen, a movie theatre screen, or a stadium screen. We can stream the words to the internet! The technology is amazing!

You'll be able to establish your own freelance business as a court reporter which allows you to work from home, handling a new assignment at a different location most days, or you may work in the judicial system in the courtroom setting, reporting trials and hearings. Perhaps working entirely from home writing live television programming as a broadcast (closed) captioner appeals more to you! And with CART (Communications Access Real-time Translation) Providing, you have the luxury of both, working entirely from home or going to the college or university!

We train students all over the world! These high paying careers do not require an Associate's Degree, and approximately half the states in the United States require students to pass a certification examination to work as a court reporter. Broadcast (closed) captioners and CART providers are not required to pass a certification examination.

Last Updated: March 13, 2014