Digital Court Reporting and Legal Transcription
$1295
Curriculum
Digital Court Reporting and Legal Transcription

This curriculum pack includes both the Digital Court Reporting and Legal Transcriptionist courses.

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(This package does not include the Formatting for Word course or the Prepare to Pass course.  Please see our Complete Digital Court Reporting and Legal Transcription package if you are interested in taking those courses as well.) 

Curriculum content

  • Digital Court Reporting Combo Course
    This  version of the Digital Court Reporter Course is to be taken by those in the United States wishing to study using  American   spellings in the English language. It has been updated to meet the standards set forth by the AAERT 2019 Best Practices Guide.  This course will provide students with the ability to record, playback, transcribe, edit, and proofread transcripts for correct grammar, punctuation and word usage.   Students will learn decorum, principles and procedures, annotations, demonstrating the importance of confidentiality and ethics required in the profession.   Students will receive instruction in the operation of digital recording and equipment and apply proofreading principles to transcripts and recordings.  Students will study technology used in digital court reporting and transcript production. 
    • Digital Court Reporting Combo Course: Updated for 2019
  • Transcriptionist Software Setup (Combo Course)
  • Legal Transcription 1.9 (Combo)
    Modules 1 and 2 were covered in the Digital Court Reporting Combo course, so the Legal Transcript Combo course will start on Module 3.   This course is designed to be taken by a person wishing to work in the legal environment, particularly focusing on producing transcription of legal proceedings.  This course is designed to provide students with the ability to transcribe, edit, and proofread legal transcripts for correct grammar, punctuation and word usage. Students will study the role of a digital (electronic) reporter and legal (digital) transcriptionist.  Students will learn decorum, principles and procedures, deciphering annotations, demonstrating the importance of confidentiality and ethics required in the profession. Students will receive instruction on how to apply proofreading principles to transcripts.