It’s Court Reporting & Captioning Week! Each year the National Court Reporting Association honors the unique professions of court reporting and captioning by showcasing to the public the large impact court reporters have had, and do have, on capturing history for posterity, as well as the wonderful services captioners make available to help better the lives for millions of Americans who are deaf and hard of hearing by providing captioning in realtime for live sporting and theater events, church services, movie houses, and many other venues.
To kick off the beginning of this seventh annual event, I would like to announce that I will be participating in another A to Z Program in March. This program is designed to give prospective new court reporters a glimpse into the field of court reporting without any financial risks of purchasing equipment.
Prospective students looking for a new career and considering court reporting will have a ringside seat to all the action! We are called court reporters, stenographers, captions, speed-texters, realtime communication specialists, and more. Whatever one calls us, we are Technology!
A to Z Programs will be held in the Memphis area, Nashville, Knoxville, and Chattanooga. March 19th is the first day of this introductory eight-week course. You may contact me for more information by email or by calling 901.827.8671.
Happy Court Reporting & Captioning Week!