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Court Reporting Schools

Court Reporting and Captioning at Home prepares the court reporting student for both national and state certification.

Visit our website and meet a few of our worldwide graduates.


Court Reporting and Captioning at Home is customized for each student's schedule.


Support from credentialed court reporters 365 days per year.
Comprehensive training including:
NCRA approved theory.
All neccessary academics.
Skills to 240 words per min.
Court Reporting
Job placement.

According to the National Court Reporters Association there are approximately 52 NCRA approved schools, and about about 100 total schools.

Many of these schools are brick and mortar programs, and some are both online and traditional.

The majority of the schools are proprietary or for profit, with a few community colleges.

Distance education is becoming more popular because of the lack of schools in some geographical areas, and convenience for the court reporting student. 

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