Date: 2017-03-21 10:24
The job involves a good deal of sitting down remaining in a similar position while typing. This can cause soreness of the neck and back or carpel tunnel symptoms. Proper alignment and posture as well as stretching are essential for long-term success and health. Hours are typically fairly standard and occur during daytimes and weekdays, particularly in the courtroom. If working in other settings such as captioning, varying hours such as nights and weekends are possible.
How do you become a court reporter. What kind of court reporting schools and online court reporting schools are available?
Thanks for sharing your court reporting knowledge and giving me the opportunity and confidence to complete my court reporting training after I was told by my former court reporting school I would never be a broadcast closed captioner.
Court reporting is sometimes referred to as court recording, and court reporters may be referred to as court recorder or court recorders. The terms court stenographer and court stenographers also apply to the career of court reporting.
I just wanted to let you know that your court reporting training program has been incredibly helpful to not just those who want to learn court reporting but for us practicing court reporters out here as well. I was searching for a court reporting program for my niece who I was going to attempt to “teach” court reporting and found your site on the Web. I ordered the program immediately, and we got started.
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I think in the end there were two dozen women with various level of details. Obviously the women who were part of the hundreds of pages of lawsuits hell of a lot of details. There were girls who just told one simple story, and there were a lot of girls who told stories that lasted hours which still make me sick to my stomach. It never was one girl on one tape. Or one girl and Aaliyah.
5/76/68 - Added 755 new dictations to the Audio Library - all different speeds and types - literary, jury charge, 7-voice. By this time next year, we'll be shooting for close to 8,555 dictations available for use by SimplySteno court reporting students!
I attended a traditional court reporting school for SEVEN years. I was stuck at 755 wpm for the last two years and finally quit. I found the Court Reporting and Captioning at Home program, and Linda gave me hope.