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Court Reporters are
variously called shorthand writers, shorthand reporters, note takers,
who may be pen or machine writers. However, realtime reporters,
Speech to Text reporters, captioners, Human Aids to Communication,
Stenographers, note takers providing a transcript of the spoken word
verbatim which means, literally, word for word. We are writing
down every word spoken, not just giving a precis, or the edited
Machine shorthand using
Computer Aided Transcription (CAT) has enhanced my career and those
who are realtime proficient are able to assist those who are deaf by
allowing them to see the spoken word on a screen and thereby enhance
I passed my CRI (Certified Reporting Instructor)
examination through the NCRA (USA), valid through September 2011.
Also holder of Level 3 Certificate in Education
Principles and Practice, Level 3 Certificate in Education Practice:
ICT Skills and Diploma in Education Practice: ICT
Skills awarded on 15th June 2005 at Bedford College, UK.
Link to UK-region Training Index:
Congratulations to Sheryll Holley on passing your membership
examination of the British Institute of Verbatim Reporters (BIVR)
Link to Sheryll Holley's website:
The professional body for Speech-to-Text Reporters is:
Want shorthand practice? The IPS meets on Thursday evenings
at the Bishopsgate Institute, London.
The professional body for verbatim reporters in the UK is the
British Institute of Verbatim Reporters.