Court Reporting Schools in Atlanta

Using specialized machines that take phonetic information rather than actual text, court reporters and stenographers learn how to take rapid notes to create transcripts of important cases so that the government can retain records of testimony and motions.

They will be able to monitor speech at a much higher rate than standard typists, and may need to have technical training in adapting their machine's dictionary to their particular shorthand and abbreviations. In addition to court systems at every level, stenographers can also find work in television stations or closed captioning services that aid the hearing impaired who want to watch their favorite shows.

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