Canadian Centre for Verbatim Studies:
Acquire in-depth skills and knowledge in the intriguing field of court transcription and digital legal monitoring from the comfort of your own home or office in Canada. Based in Toronto, Ontario, Canadian Centre for Verbatim Studies offers our students the rare opportunity to earn a qualification that allows you to work in the middle of the action of the legal profession without a law degree! We provide a 14-week online Court Transcription certification program (where the final exam must be written in person at either our Toronto or Ottawa location, and where graduates eligible to register and become an Authorized Court Transcriptionist, ACT), and we also provide a 4-16 week Digital Legal Monitor course taught entirely online.
Online Court Transcription Certification Program:
- Duration: 14 weeks
- The final exam must be written in person at either our Toronto or Ottawa location.
- Students must be age 18+.
• Students will receive interactive, quality instruction that consists of online video lectures, demos, and practical exercises that will allow students to apply the skills they learn throughout the course.
• The course will be taught by a professional transcriptionist who has worked as an educator, a court reporter for the Ontario courts, and an Authorized Court Transcriptionist.
This is a Pass/Fail course. In order to pass the course, students must achieve a minimum of 98% accuracy on the in-person final exam, which takes place in Toronto or Ottawa (depending on your preference).
The final exam must be written in person. There are no rewrites or make-ups for the exam.
Online Digital Legal Monitor Program:
Self-study course. Duration: 4-16 weeks
• A Digital Legal Monitor is a type of court reporter who uses audio equipment to record in-court proceedings. While this electronic court reporter course is designed to be taken in 4 weeks, students will have access to the course for 4 months. Students can write the final exam at any time during these 4 months.
• This electronic court reporting course will be taught by an industry professional who has worked for several years as a court reporter, an educator, and, more recently, an Authorized Court Transcriptionist for the Ontario courts.
Students must be age 18 or older to take this course. We recommend that students should be comfortable with the English language and possess good listening and comprehension skills.
This is a Pass/Fail course. In order to pass the course, students must achieve a minimum of 70% on the final exam.
This program does not require approval under the Private Career Colleges Act, 2005.
CCVS Student Testimonial:
"It's going so well and I don't think I've ever been happier attending school. Every day I look forward to going to class and learning a new concept and realizing that I can actually DO it. Even the technology part of learning isn't so daunting anymore. Everyone at CCVS really does care and wants the students to succeed."
Specific Contact Pages: - Digital Legal Monitor
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