Are you ready to take the leap into CART Captioning but don’t know where to begin? You’ve come to the right place. Join me in Pasadena, CA for my upcoming workshops.
Ask yourself the following questions:
If you’ve answered yes to any of the above, then it’s time to take the leap and begin your training! For only $289, you will learn how to retool your steno to provide the best CART and Realtime.
As a 20-year veteran in all things realtime, I have spent my entire career honing and developing consistency in my theory to avoid stuttering while writing even the most difficult of speakers. After being asked time and time again to help my friends and colleagues transition to captioning, I started jotting down my thoughts and ideas and created 12 Steps to CART Captioning. While I never saw myself as a teacher, I know I need to share these steps with others so we can increase the quality of the current state of captioning.
As president of Caption CART, I want to be your trainer, in-person and on-site. We will start with an in-depth review of your current steno theory, and see where we need to retool, rethink, and revise your steno outlines to become more consistent and caption ready.
For more information on Caption CART’s upcoming training opportunities, and to receive a copy of our Word Boundary and Conflict Resolution list to submit for review, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
12 Steps to
Realtime CART Captioning
September 23-24, 2017
Online Only $289
August 5th, 10am-4pm
via live webinar
Have you wondered the many adventures that your court reporting career can take you on?
What if I can show you a different way of thinking about your steno outlines that will create consistency and speed in your writing style?
Would you be open to that concept? If yes, then let's get started.
"Deb has a unique approach to her clients: she makes each feel like they are most important to her, and she takes personal pride in the work she does for them. The result is an excellent captioning job, and a wonderful rapport with all her clients. Her work is completed before it is requested, and with the quality that is expected. If Deb can pass those same qualities on to those she's instructing, students will have an enriching and extremely useful experience." —Jeri G.