List of AAERT Approved Digital Court Reporting and Transcription Schools
BlueLedge, a legal classroom, is a worldwide digital court reporter and legal transcriptionist training institute. Our goal is to make BlueLedge the premiere training choice for people interested in a career within the litigation services industry by providing the necessary skills and education that the legal profession demands. Our classes are all online, self-paced, and you are free to enroll in the course and begin your studies on your schedule with open enrollment year-round. Whether you are a student just starting out, a professional looking to improve skills, a person investigating a career change, or a firm owner or manager seeking to improve your team’s productivity, BlueLedge can help you reach your goals faster. For more information, go to our website or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Learn to be a digital reporter or transcriptionist of the highest caliber by attending Cuyahoga Community College’s (Tri-C) award-winning Captioning and Court Reporting Program. Benefit from robust courses that encompass all aspects of work in these fields. Take your courses in a fully online environment allowing you to attend 24/7 as you interact with faculty, instructional materials, audio and visual presentations, and classmates via discussion board forums. You will find support in locating employment at the completion of your studies. A career in the judicial field capturing the testimony of trials and other legal proceedings, digitally managing the record, is exciting, interesting, and lucrative. Enjoy all the benefits that can be yours by completing Tri-C’s two-semester training program. Pell Grant/Federal Loan and GI Bill eligible. Contact Kelly Moranz, Program Director, at email@example.com, 216-987-5214 or visit our website.
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Fox Valley Technical College®, a 2-year public college in Appleton and Oshkosh, Wisconsin, has been the college of choice in this community for over 100 years. Digital Court Reporter Technical Diploma – In this online program, you’ll gain an understanding of the digital recording system maintenance, upkeep and operation. You’ll receive training in using recording software and providing litigation support, as well as annotating proceedings with essential case information, performing playback of proceedings and accurately preparing and proofreading transcripts.
It is the goal of Mastering Transcription’s program to provide professional training to those desiring to become law enforcement transcriptionists. Becoming part of the exciting field of law enforcement as a support service provider of speech-to-text solutions is not a job; it is a career!
Majors in our business pathway lead to careers in accounting, judicial court reporting, management, office administration and paralegal. The skills, applications and techniques obtained in these degrees will give graduates the confidence and knowledge to attain success in all aspects of business. Clark State also offers certificate programs for Professional Digital Reporters and Professional Digital Editors.
Ready to embark on a rewarding stay-at-home career? Learn to Transcribe™ Academy is your gateway to mastering the art of transcription, offering top-notch training courses that will develop and hone your skills and create new job opportunities. Our popular legal transcription training puts students on a path toward pursuing the Certified Electronic Transcriber (CET) certification through the American Association of Electronic Reporters and Transcribers (AAERT). Linda Wilson, a Certified Court Reporter, nationally known for her expertise in the fields of court reporting, scoping, proofreading, and transcription, is the primary instructor of the easy-to-follow lectures that are designed for the beginner and seasoned transcriptionist alike. Available courses are located at https://courses.learntotranscribe.com. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
Dr. Nancy Tuten founded Get It Write in 1991. Since then, she has taught seminars on writing-related issues to professionals in the public and private sectors, including federal and state government employees, judges and staff members of state and federal court systems, private attorneys, law school faculty and students, and employees in the financial sector (client list). From 1988 to 2019, Nancy taught writing and literature at Columbia College, serving for eight years as dean of the Division of Communication, Languages, and Literatures and for fifteen years as director of the writing-across-the-curriculum program.
Court reporters play an important role in our judicial system, capturing, protecting, and preserving records of court proceedings and pre-trial depositions. The MacCormac School of Court Reporting at Generations College is an industry-leading college of court reporting. In fact, our Chicago court reporter program was the first in the nation. Graduates of our Associate of Applied Science in Court Reporting degree program will learn how to transcribe and create complete and accurate legal records while taking advantage of exciting internship opportunities and learning skills they can transition from the classroom to the courtroom.