Since court reporting is a career that often slips under the radar, the NCRA has come up with a program to teach potential court reporters what the career entails. This program is called the A to Z program.
The NCRA wants to introduce not only court reporting, but also captioning and legal videography to members of our local communities. This will be done through A to Z, which is a hands-on course in which candidates are provided loaner steno machines and attend live weekly classes over a six-week period, taught by experienced reporters.
This is an amazing opportunity for those interested in a court reporting, captioning, or legal videography career to check it all out before enrolling in school. Explore, discover, and learn everything there is to know before having to commit. Real live court reporters will be there to teach and answer questions.
Huseby is proud to support the new students considering a lucrative and flexible career in court reporting. Molly Kramer was in San Diego last weekend showing our support for the NCRA's A to Z program by hosting a breakfast for the new students.
The California Court Reporters Association, in conjunction with the Northern California Court Reporters Association and the Sacramento Official Court Reporters Association, recently announced the California launch of NCRA’s nationwide “A to Z Intro to Steno Machine Shorthand” program.
Learn more here about the A to Z program here, https://www.ncra.org/discoversteno.