Cost: $1000 To be competitive in today's market, a reporter must have real-time capabilities. Whether you use digital or analog recording equipment, we know making the move to a real-time system can be intimidating.
Realtime Voice Academy instructors will hold your hand and make that transition as painless as possible. Trying to learn everything in a one- or two-day seminar is virtually impossible. Now you can take on that elephant (or Dragon) one bite at a time. Transitioning court reporters join RVA students for 20 weeks of step-by-step Dragon training followed by Eclipse Vox training. At the end of the training, you may be eligible for 20 hours of continuing education credits. Since all training is live, you can ask questions and get instantaneous help.
Classes are on-site in Lawrenceville, Georgia, or online on Tuesdays at noon or 6:00 p.m. eastern time.
Topics covered include in-depth Dragon training, vocabulary building, correcting speech recognition errors, document analysis, Eclipse basic and intermediate training including editing, dictionaries, document setup, sound setup, employing macros, and automatic title and certificate pages.
All transitioning reporters receive the Dragon 101 manual and the Realtime Voice Academy Vox manual. We know life sometimes can get in the way of our plans so students are always welcome to continue class attendance for 18 months after enrollment.