Prince Institute®—Great Lakes Campus Awarded NCRA Certification

Prince Institute—Great Lakes online and on-campus court reporting and CART/captioning programs have earned National Court Reporters Association (NCRA) certification. The certification recognizes Prince’s commitment to excellence in the educational programs that prepare tomorrow’s captioners and court reporters for the profession; this NCRA-certified designation is effective for five years.

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Prince Institute Court Reporting Certification

Prince Institute®—Great Lakes Campus Awarded NCRA Certification

Students entering the court reporting and captioning professions will feel confident knowing that they’ve graduated from a NCRA-certified program.

Elmhurst, Illinois (PRWEB) July 09, 2013

For an institution to be NCRA-certified, it must consistently adhere to the established standards and requirements developed by NCRA’s Council on Approved Student Education (CASE) and be accredited by a body recognized by the U.S. Department of Education. Prince Institute complies with Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS) rigorous criteria and maintains accreditation status by being committed to continuous quality enhancement.

As an NCRA-certified institution, Prince Institute—Great Lakes satisfies the following eligibility requirements:

  • All educational programs are licensed or certified at the post-secondary or collegiate level by the state of Illinois.
  • The institution is eligible for participation in Title IV federal financial aid.
  • The school is organized primarily to educate students for realtime reporting careers.

“We’re excited that our newest campus has been awarded such a prestigious distinction,” expressed Keith Werosh, Director of Campus Operations, Prince Institute. “Our faculty, staff, and advisory board members are each to be congratulated on this great accomplishment. Students entering the court reporting and captioning professions will feel confident knowing that they’ve graduated from a NCRA-certified program.”

For more information about court reporting training and certification, visit the NCRA.

ABOUT PRINCE INSTITUTE: Prince Institute—A Stenograph School has been training court reporters since 1976 and continues to expand its professional studies programs to meet the needs of today’s marketplace. Visit princeinstitute.edu to learn more about the school and its programs.

Stenograph is dedicated to supporting the court reporting community and its programs. The company is the number one manufacturer and marketer of shorthand writers and computer-aided transcription software worldwide, offers online education, and provides other industry-related products. It also owns Prince Institute, which now has three campus locations—Montgomery, Denver, and Chicago—and an online program. For more information please contact Stenograph at 1.800.323.4247 or visit them online at stenograph.com.


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