Free Course: CCR announces a free course called Hooked on Court Reporting. This three-week course will cover the importance of court reporting and realtime professions, the history of court reporting, the value of skill and academic courses, the career paths, and the tools for success. The next class starts in April. Enrollment will be limited, so please contact us today. #FreeClass #PlusOne #iheartccr
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Important Announcement: College of Court Reporting received its most recent grant of accreditation from ACICS in 2016, which is good though December 31, 2019. Please contact our president, Jeff Moody, at 866-294-3974 ext. 224 if you have any questions. It is imperative that you receive accurate information regarding CCR, its accreditation status, and future plans. If you would like Mr. Moody to call you directly, please email him at email@example.com with your contact information.
Imagine an online learning environment that allows aspiring court reporters and realtime writers to access hundreds of hours of studio quality dictation material at varied speeds with instantaneous evaluation of practice sessions and speed-building evaluations. Imagine a learning management system developed with students and faculty in mind; a system that delivers all the tools students need to develop their skills; a system that provides comprehensive assessment of speed and skill development while allowing faculty more interactive one-on-one time with students.Read more: Our Technologies
Providing our students with experienced faculty, current theory and curriculum, and state-of-the-art technology has been our philosophy since 1984 when Kay Moody founded CCR. As leaders in the field of preparing students as court reporters, stenographers, broadcast captioners, and communication access realtime translation (CART) reporters, we’ve made a substantial investment of capital and time to perfect the delivery of court reporting education. This blended learning environment was created to bring students and their teachers together as never before.Read more: Our Philosophy
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