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Questions to Ask a Court Reporting School

Court reporters, also called stenographers, are valuable commodities in the contemporary legal world. They are the agents through which courtroom litigation is permanently transcribed and preserved. You may be thinking of registering at a court reporting school, but before you do, there are some important factors and considerations you should keep in mind.

  • Is the program certified?
    Not all schools are equal. The National Court Reporters Association (NCRA) keeps a list on their website of schools and programs that have passed their minimum standards. Also, the school you attend should be accredited by a regulatory agent approved by the U.S. Department of Education.

  • Should you get a degree or a certificate?
    Some areas require stenographers to have a two- or four-year degree. Other areas require only a certificate in court reporting. While a degree is generally more valuable, it is also more expensive and time-consuming, and may not even be necessary. Often a certificate will give you all the training you need in the various shorthand machines and other methods of recording litigation. Check with the requirements in your state to determine which is the best option.

  • What kind of court reporting techniques does the school teach?
    There are a variety of court reporting methods. Aside from traditional shorthand machines, it is increasingly common to employ computer-aided transcription techniques. Learning computer-aided stenography is vital in today's legal world, and the school's curriculum should reflect this fact. Voicewriting, where the reporter repeats testimony into a hand-held voice recorder, is also a valuable skill to know. Another important skill is multi-voice dictation.
  • National Court Reporters Association
    Dedicated to serving the needs of court reporters, stenographers and writers across the country with our association. Become a member and network with other top professionals in the field.
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    Court reporters are typically hired by law firms, courts, and other associations that need an expert who can transcribe accurate records. The types of work that stenographers perform can differ from job to job, but many of the employers look for professionals who have certain educational qualifications in addition to good hearing and knowing how to write well.

    There are two regulatory associations that many stenographers belong to: the National Verbatim Reporters Association and the National Court Reporters Association. Belonging to one of these organizations significantly increases the job opportunities of stenographers.

    Employers look for experts who belong to these organizations because membership assures them that the stenographer has obtained certain skills such as using stenotypes and written shorthand to make accurate records of what is said during court proceedings.

    In addition to belonging to one of these regulatory organizations, many employers look for stenographers who are also registered notary publics. Hiring a notary public for this job makes sense for the employers because they can get more services from the stenographer. For instance, after he or she has transcribed litigation, the notary public title allows them to make the statements official.

    Most stenographers have earned degrees showing that they have mastered the legal language used in mediation, trials, deposition, and litigation proceedings. The lowest level of education that one needs to pursue a career in this industry is an associate's degree. The associate program should offer classes in shorthand, making transcripts without video and audio voice recorders, and taking official testimony from those who are under oath.

    If you are interested in learning more about dictation, transcribed records, and making official minutes, then you can search the internet for schools that offer court reporter classes.



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