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Area of Study: Court Reporting Technologies
Degree/Certificate: Associate of Applied Business degree in Captioning and Court Reporting

 

What is Stenography?

Stenography (also known as machine writing) is the act of depressing the keys on a steno machine that is connected to a computer.  Realtime stenography utilizes a software program that translates 
those steno keystrokes words into text on a computer screen.   At Tri-C, steno students learn to use DigitalCat Computer-Access Realtime Translation software to accomplish this capturing of audio and presentation of those words into text.

Career Outlook:
Stenography or steno machine writing is the traditional and most typical method of court reporting.  Steno machine writers work as judicial court reporters, CART (Computer-Access Realtime Translation) providers presenting the words of teachers and students in a classroom setting for deaf clients, broadcast captioners, and transcriptionists.

About our Steno Program:
The National Court Reporters Association (NCRA) mandates that certified schools teach a realtime steno theory along with a variety of academic courses focused on court reporting work and document production, English grammar skills, legal, medical, and technical terminology, and proper legal procedure.

  • Steno writing uses DigitalCat CAT software and a steno machine. 
  • Individuals can work in all areas of the country with steno machine skills.
  • Steno students can take CCR classes on the campus, online or a combination of both. 
  • Steno machine writers can be employed as judicial court reporters, CART providers, captioners, scopists or transcriptionists. 
  • Steno students begin by taking Intro to Court Reporting, Realtime Theory I, II, and III. Beyond those four courses, all CCR students follow the same course sequences.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

How to reach us

Mardy Chaplin
Program Manager 
216-987-5214 
1-888-418-1601                                  
Mardy.Chaplin@tri-c.edu

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Western Campus, C-245A
11000 West Pleasant Valley Road
Parma, Ohio  44130

 
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