We like to eliminate the 'fear of the unknown' stress many students feel by offering a hands-on practical workshop to review all of the steps involved with certification testing.
Baton Rouge, LA (PRWEB) February 21, 2013
To help prepare candidates to take and pass the certification examination necessary to become a Certified Court Reporter in Louisiana, Baton Rouge School of Court Reporting (BRSCR) is holding a training workshop on Saturday, February 23rd, from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at its campus located at 13003 Justice Avenue, Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
The workshop is open to all BRSCR students enrolled in the Voice Program. Non-students may also attend if space is available.
According to Karen Vornkahl, school director, "We like to eliminate the 'fear of the unknown' stress many students feel by offering a hands-on practical workshop to review all of the steps involved with certification testing."
Vornkahl explains that certification is required to work as a court reporter in Louisiana. The next date of the state examination is scheduled for Friday, April 5th, in Baton Rouge. Qualifying to sit for the exam will be conducted by the school during the last week of February 2013 for enrolled students.
Baton Rouge School of Court Reporting teaches Court Reporting and CART/Captioning programs for both voice reporting and machine writing methodologies. Voice reporting is taught online, and machine writing is taught onsite as well as online.
A Mock Certification Test will be conducted on Wednesday, March 20th, for both voice and machine students who have qualified to take the state certification examination. Details of the Mock Test will be published at a later date.
In addition to online and onsite Court Reporting and CART/Captioning programs, BRSCR also offers an online Scoping Program for students who wish to provide scoping services to working reporters. This is a six-month curriculum that does not required certification.
Baton Rouge School of Court Reporting, LLC, has been in operation since January 2006 training candidates to become court reporters, captionists, CART providers, and scopists. Its online resources are available 24/7. It has a sister campus, Professional Institute of Court Reporting, Inc., in Metairie, Louisiana, specializing in machine court reporting for the greater New Orleans area.
For more information, go to the Request Information tab at http://www.brscr.com.