Court Reporting Careers
Court Reporting | Broadcast Closed Captioning | CART Provider
Want to learn more about the realtime court reporting careers? Learning to write realtime is the same for the court reporting career, the captioning career, and the CART Provider career.
What is realtime? Realtime is when we write on our steno machine and the words translate into English immediately, realtime on a computer screen, television screen, or streamed to the Internet. We can write realtime for the court reporting career, as well as the careers of broadcast (closed) captioning, and CART Providing.
A Court Reporting Career requires you to go to the job and either write the assignment realtime or return to your home or office and translate the steno notes into English. Your job may be to work for a company known as a court reporting firm or court reporting agency, or you may start your own business and your job will be as a freelance court reporter. If you choose to start your own business, we will teach you how to do so. You may also work in the courthouse reporting trials and hearings as an “official” reporter. However, only about 15% of all court reporters work as officials in the court system.
The realtime court reporter has lifetime job security. The “Realtime Reporting and Captioning Theory” taught exclusively by “Court Reporting and Captioning at Home” is essential to your success as a realtime court reporter. Realtime court reporters provide transcripts the same day they take the deposition, court trial, or hearing. Attorneys and judges have instant access to the deposition or trial proceedings on their laptop computers. This is possible because of the specialized realtime court reporting software and the Realtime Reporting and Captioning Theory taught by Court Reporting and Captioning at Home. As one of our graduates, you will be a proficient realtime writer, and be fully prepared to join the court reporting career. CLICK HERE and meet just a few of our successful graduates.
The Other Realtime Court Reporting Careers
Broadcast (Closed) Captioning may be performed entirely from your home writing the captions for live television programs for hearing impaired persons. Working from home is one of the lures of the closed captioning career. Captioning employers are seeking individuals who can translate with 98% accuracy. Captioning is writing realtime for television programming that may have millions of viewers. That is why it is critical to learn a realtime writing theory like the NCRA-approved Realtime Reporting and Captioning Theory.
Opportunities in the captioning profession are numerous. Many entertainment talk shows are live and must be captioned. Presidential addresses to the country such as the State of the Union address, Republican and Democratic national conventions, national debates, parades such as the Rose Bowl Parade, Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, etc., C-Span reporting on Congress and congressional hearings, and their guest speakers are captioned. Religious institution services and religious talk shows must be captioned. Cinemas and theatres are now required to be captioned. Web texting for companies is growing. From concerts to funerals to You Tube, captioning is in demand. When we have national emergencies such as hurricanes, tornadoes, or any emergency requiring a swift response, thanks to broadcast closed captioners using their realtime captioning training the 28 million hearing impaired people in the United States now have equal access to this critical information.
As with all the realtime court reporting careers the DOL (Department of Labor) projects 25% job growth over the next 6 years for closed captioning careers. “Court Reporting and Captioning at Home’s” revolutionary reatime court reporting, captioning, and CART Providing training prepares you for all these exciting realtime court reporting careers simultaneously. If you are a new student or current court reporter wishing to transition to closed captioning or CART Providing, we have a program for you.
CART Provider (Communication Access Realtime Translation) may be performed remotely from your home, or you may go to the assignment, which most often is writing for a hearing impaired student in the college or university setting, but it could also be writing for hearing impaired persons for: courtrooms, religious services, conventions, city council/town hall meetings, doctors appointments, important banking transactions, senior citizen or hearing impaired group meetings, and streaming to the Internet for companies.
“Court Reporting and Captioning at Home” stays abreast of technological advancements and ensures their students have the best court reporting, captioning, and CART Providing training materials available to prepare for the court reporting career and the careers of closed captioning and CART Providing.
This website is designed to provide you with as much information as possible about our realtime court reporting, broadcast closed captioning, and CART Providing career training. CLICK HERE and LEARN MORE about our revolutionary worldwide court reporting training program and how you can train from the comfort of your home to enter one of these exciting realtime court reporting careers.