Welcome to the world of Real Time Court Reporting, known as "Guardians of the Record"
What do Court Reporters do:
They capture information and convert it into digital and readable form in areas such as:
Court Trials, Deposition of expert witnesses, Newscasts, Sporting Events, College lectures, Business Meetings, Community Events, Church Services, Closed Captioning for the Deaf and Cyber Conferencing.
Career Opportunities for Court Reporters:
Communicationn Access Real Time Translation
Internet Information Reporter
Rapid Data Entry for hospitals, insurance companies and businesses that have enormous data to be entered in their computers and more.
Income potential (based on NCRA published information):
According to the NCRA, 74% of Court Reporters polled make over $50,000 per year. This includes: Official/Judicial Reporter - $65,000 average income-amount varies but often is limited only by the amount of time reporters are willing Broadcast Captioner - range from $35,000-$75,000 annually, depending on experience and hours worked CART Reporters - range from $35,000-$65,000 annually, depending on experience and hours worked Internet Information Reporter - range from $100-$200 per hour
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Key College Advantages:
Award Winning Program Director
Small Class Sizes
Industry Certified Instructors
Career Placement Services
Flexible Class Schedules
Tuition Planning Assistance
Fast Track Certificate/Degree Programs (taught at the profession level)
Florida Common Course Numbering System
National Court Reporters Association Member (NCRA)
National Court Reporters Association Testing Center
Employer Warranty Program
High Verified/Published Graduation & Placement Rates