Canadian Centre for Verbatim Studies:
Earn an Authorized Court Transcriptionist certification or a Digital Legal Monitor qualification from the comfort of your own home or office with online classes from the Canadian Centre for Verbatim Studies. We are a Ministry-approved career training school in Toronto, Canada that offers a distance leaning-based programs with a specific focus on the dynamic field of court transcription.
- Committed to Student Success
We are committed to the success of each student by providing you with a comprehensive education in transcript production and ensuring that you are fully equipped to produce accurate, reliable transcripts of legal proceedings.
- Focus on Accuracy
We firmly believe in the importance of the spoken word and capturing those words accurately when they matter most.
- Taught By Experienced Professionals
The Court Transcription 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.
After the 14-weeks of in-depth tuition, the final exam takes place at our school in Toronto or at our designated location in Ottawa (depending on your preference).
Court transcription course graduates should be able to accurately transcribe legal proceedings from digital audio recordings by employing a range of techniques:
- Critical listening skills
- Research skills
- Knowledge of English grammar, punctuation, spelling, and vocabulary
The final exam takes place in-person in Toronto or Ottawa. This program does not require approval under the Private Career Colleges Act, 2005.
Online Digital Legal Monitor / Court Reporter Program:
Duration: 4-16 weeks. Students must be aged 18 or over
A Digital Legal Monitor is a type of court reporter who uses audio equipment to record in-court proceedings.
This course is delivered online through the School’s learning management system (LMS), which will contain all of the readings, resources, and coursework. Students are not required to purchase any other material for the course.
Students can work at their own pace through the course material during the 4-month timeframe.
This program does not require approval under the Private Career Colleges Act, 2005.
• "Whether you’re an in-class, hybrid, or on-line student of CCVS, you’re never excluded from discussions; you’re part of a community that rejoices in each other’s successes and commiserates with each other’s disappointments.
The teachers are top-notch. Their passion about stenography and its related components (grammar, vocabulary, reporting procedures) is contagious and makes learning a pleasurable experience."
• "It's going so well, 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."
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