Court Reporting Technology

Program Information

Real-time reporters create word-for-word transcripts of speeches, conversations, legal proceedings, meetings, or other events. Real-time reporters play a critical role in legal proceedings which require an exact record of what was said. They are responsible for producing a complete, accurate, and secure legal transcript of courtroom proceedings, witness testimonies, and depositions. Some real-time reporters, however, do not work in the legal setting or in courtrooms. These reporters primarily serve people who are deaf or hard of hearing by transcribing speech to text as the speech occurs.

Locations of Program:

Hancock Campus &
Forrest County Campus (HyFlex)

Program Instructor Contact Information:

Your natural abilities

  • Concentration
  • Detail Oriented
  • Listening Skills
  • Writing Skills

Classroom knowledge

  • Transcript production with vocabulary and punctuation
  • Medical terminology
  • Prepares students for NCRA Skills Test

Graduation options

  • Career Certificate
  • Technical Certificate

Possible careers in this program:

Career options include, but are not limited to, Court Reporters and Simultaneous Captioners.

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