Court reporting schools in Georgia offer students training to become court reporters, live web broadcasters and live voice writers. Court reporters are responsible for recording verbatim transcripts of events. Many court reporters actually work outside the courtroom as closed caption specialists and web broadcasters. Programs vary in length from one to three years. Three main techniques used by court reporters include stenography, electronic reporting, and voice writing. Students who learn all three methods usually find themselves in training programs a minimum of 33 months. Court reporting jobs are expected to grow nearly 20% through 2018 according to the latest data released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
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