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Transitioning from Court Reporting to CART

Credit(s): 0.15 CEUs
Original Program Date: June 6, 2013
Duration: 1 hour 12 minutes
Access: Available for 1 months after purchase
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    It is wise advice not to have your “eggs all in one basket.”  With the variety of ways to use your skills in machine shorthand available today, make yourself more marketable – and secure your financial future at the same time – by learning how to provide CART and captioning services.  You've got to start somewhere.  This webinar will bluntly lay it on the line so you know how close or how far you are from adding lines of revenue to your business.

    0.15 CEUs
    Kathy Cortopassi

    Kathy Cortopassi, RMR, CRR, CCP, CBC is President of Voice to Print Captioning.  She has been a member of NCRA for nearly 30 years and is currently a member of both the Indiana Shorthand Reporters Association and the Illinois Court Reporters Association.  She began her career as a freelance court reporter for 10 years in Chicago and Indiana and owned her own agency with clients such as the U.S. Department of Justice and U.S. EPA, in addition to local governments and law firms.  When her daughter developed hearing loss, she decided it was time to learn how to help people with hearing loss because she may have to help her daughter one day!  Having already done “realtime all the time” on her own as a court reporter, at a time no one else was, she signed up for – and passed – the CRR (Certified Realtime Reporter) exam on her first try and was soon called by a CART and Captioning company owner to “join the team.”  Kathy stayed on the fence for a while, providing both CART, Captioning and Court Reporting services but soon gave all her attention and efforts solely to helping people with hearing loss.  Kathy still subcontracts for many different companies while maintaining a clientele and hiring her own subcontractors.  Kathy is pursuing her Bachelor's degree in business and has received numerous business awards in her local area and state.  Kathy has written numerous articles for NCRA and ISRA.  Kathy is happily married, has five kids (three married, one soon to be married and another “in love”).  She enjoys her two granddaughters, as well.

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