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Court Reporting Technology, Court Reporting
Why should I become a Court Reporter?

The Court Reporting Program at Atlantic Technical College is a very affordable 2-year program. This is a High Demand! High Income Potential! Exciting Career! with a possible starting salary of $50,000-$60,000 a year.  This program is a great return on your investment and time. 

What is the job of a Court Reporter?

Court reporters record verbatim (word-for-word) testimony and produce transcripts of the testimony. Instruction includes an introduction to verbatim writing skills to work with persons with hearing loss (CART – Communication Access Realtime Translation) and provide captioning for television.

Our Program Content:
The program at ATC utilizes the latest technology in computer-aided transcription and real-time writing; i.e., the ability to have an instantaneous translation of the spoken word by projecting the words onto a television screen for the benefit of persons with hearing loss or onto computer monitors for the benefit of trial participants.
Please watch this short video about Court Reporting:

Read about why court reporters and captioner love this profession

Read about why court reporters and captioner love this profession and sign up for a free Intro to Steno course at: http://projectsteno.org/students/

Complete an Interest Inventory Survey

Complete an Interest Inventory Survey to find out what traits you possess like those of successful Court Reporters or Captioners. Take the ConsiderSteno survey at:https://www.ncra.org/discoversteno/discoversteno-home/consider

Who Makes A Good Court Reporter, Captioner, or Legal Deographer?

Individuals who work independently and have a great work ethic,

Individuals with an interest in the legal system or helping the deaf and hard-of-hearing, community musicians and gamers with excellent dexterity – hand-eye coordination,

grammar enthusiasts and those with an aptitude for learning new languages, strong writers and spellers, entrepreneurs who want to own a small business, and technologists with good troubleshooting skills.

For our ATC Court Reporting/Broadcast Captioning program description, syllabus, tuition, list of books and supplies explore the following link. 

Court Reporting Technology, Court Reporting
Why should I become a Court Reporter?

The Court Reporting Program at Atlantic Technical College is a very affordable 2-year program. This is a High Demand! High Income Potential! Exciting Career! with a possible starting salary of $50,000-$60,000 a year.  This program is a great return on your investment and time. 

What is the job of a Court Reporter?

Court reporters record verbatim (word-for-word) testimony and produce transcripts of the testimony. Instruction includes an introduction to verbatim writing skills to work with persons with hearing loss (CART – Communication Access Realtime Translation) and provide captioning for television.

Our Program Content:
The program at ATC utilizes the latest technology in computer-aided transcription and real-time writing; i.e., the ability to have an instantaneous translation of the spoken word by projecting the words onto a television screen for the benefit of persons with hearing loss or onto computer monitors for the benefit of trial participants.
Please watch this short video about Court Reporting:

Read about why court reporters and captioner love this profession

Read about why court reporters and captioner love this profession and sign up for a free Intro to Steno course at: http://projectsteno.org/students/

Complete an Interest Inventory Survey

Complete an Interest Inventory Survey to find out what traits you possess like those of successful Court Reporters or Captioners. Take the ConsiderSteno survey at:https://www.ncra.org/discoversteno/discoversteno-home/consider

Who Makes A Good Court Reporter, Captioner, or Legal Deographer?

Individuals who work independently and have a great work ethic,

Individuals with an interest in the legal system or helping the deaf and hard-of-hearing, community musicians and gamers with excellent dexterity – hand-eye coordination,

grammar enthusiasts and those with an aptitude for learning new languages, strong writers and spellers, entrepreneurs who want to own a small business, and technologists with good troubleshooting skills.

For our ATC Court Reporting/Broadcast Captioning program description, syllabus, tuition, list of books and supplies explore the following link. 

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