Digital courses to future-proof your career in 2022

Why is digital upskilling crucial for your future?

Each working professional is now aware that they have to constantly learn to remain relevant within the workforce and secure their future careers. However, it is essential to choose the right course to learn.

Nobody wants to be stuck with a job that has no future or wherein the competition is fierce.

Below are two digital courses offered by The Court Reporting Academy that will help you build the right skills for a court reporting profession in 2022.

Digital Court Reporting Course

A digital reporter captures a verbatim record of legal proceedings. With the rise in legal needs in 2022, there is a tremendous need for professionally trained Digital Reporters.


According to the U.S. Bureau of labor statistics (BLS), the number of digital court reporters is expected to increase 9% by 2029.

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In terms of training, digital court reporting requires the completion of a course as is offered at the Academy wherein you learn the intricate skills associated with taking notes with accuracy and understand how to operate job-related equipment.

Find more details about the course here, which also provides a step-by-step process to becoming a digital court reporter, the equipment needed, and how much it would cost.

Duties and responsibilities of a Digital Court Reporter

While Hollywood has created a courtroom vision where the film ends with a big emotional speech in front of a jury, moving towards a masterful conclusion with everyone applauding and wiping away tears, in reality, that is NOT how it always works.

Digital court reporting includes recording all information that takes place in the courtroom and in other areas of law and ensures that the audio is recorded accurately, while simultaneously taking notes of who is speaking. Modern technology is used to record court hearings to make information exchanged in the court easy to playback if and when needed.

Duties of a Digital Court Reporter include but are not limited to:

  • Taking notes of court proceedings, depositions, and administrative hearings
  • Preparing transcripts according to standardized formats if trained as a professional transcriptionist. Check out the training available here.
  • Reviewing and certifying the accuracy of printed transcripts
  • File transcripts in a timely manner

Digital Reporter Mentorship Course

The goal of the digital reporter mentorship course is to contribute to capacity-building in reporting, through hands-on learning opportunities. This course provides direct mentorship by our experienced staff.

This course is open to anyone who has taken the Digital Court Reporting Course and would like to solidify their career further. This course is a perfect choice for people who have a passion for sharing stories that need to be told and a genuine interest in Court reporting as a potential career path. Get more information on this course here.

Benefits of The Digital Reporter Mentorship Course

Imagine the benefits of being mentored with years of experience with them. Our mentorship program can accelerate your learning and development. Read along with the top benefits of this course:

Quick adaption to the workplace culture

Our digital reporter mentorship program helps students be more prepared and tuned to adapt to the workplace routines, policies, and expectations.

Enhance skill development

Through detailed advice and guidance in our course program. We can help students to develop their full potential and the mindset needed in the workplace.

Networking opportunities

Knowing someone who has relevant experience in the field through our mentoring program lays an excellent platform for our students to expand their network. It is imperative in remote work environments where the students are less likely to find networks in the physical space.

Potential for growth

Through this program, we help our students to consider the future direction or goals that they hope to accomplish through the process. It further allows them to better career tracking than those who don’t. It increases their potential for higher compensation and more promotions, as well as higher career satisfaction.


That an average Digital Court Reporter in the US makes $52,637 per year with earnings as high as $99,500 per year!

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Why choose The Court Reporting Academy?

For the past 20 years, we have eagerly welcomed students from all over the world. These students are fresh graduates, stay-at-home moms, professionals who want to start a reliable future career. We walk with them from the first time they arrive until they have confidently started their journey towards a successful career.

Our students who complete the courses are assisted with job placement opportunities, providing them a platform to thrive and grow.

We look forward to welcoming you to the Court Reporting Academy.

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