College hosts free eight-week introduction to stenographic theory

In recognition of National Court Reporting and Captioning Week, and to let people know about the growing number of employment opportunities the profession offers, Anoka Technical College, in collaboration with Minnesota Association of Verbatim Reporters & Captioners, is hosting:

Free A to Z Introduction to Machine Shorthand Course
Introduction to Stenographic Theory
Mondays: Feb. 5 - March 26, 2018
6 to 8 pm
Anoka Technical College
Rm 137

Minnesota Association of Verbatim Reporters & Captioners estimates 5,500 unfilled job openings in this field into 2018.

Imagine a career with a ringside seat to all the action such as captioning the games of your favorite sports team or at the center of a high-profile trial. Court reporters and captioners even see their work in breaking-news stories on television.

For more information or to register for the free Introduction to Machine Shorthand course, contact Anoka-Technical College Judicial Reporting Faculty member, Jennifer Sati at JSati@anokatech.edu or 763-576-4064.

2018 National Court Reporting and Captioning Week
The National Court Reporters Association (NCRA), the country’s leading organization representing stenographic court reporters, broadcast and CART captioners, and legal videographers, has designated Feb. 10 - 17 as the 2018 National Court Reporting and Captioning Week. The week-long event is designed to celebrate the court reporting and captioning professions and to help raise public awareness about the growing number of employment opportunities the career offers.

To learn more about the Anoka Technical College Judicial Reporting program, visit: AnokaTech.edu/ProgramsCourses/HumanServices/JudicialReporting.aspx.

 

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