International Realtime Court Reporting Institute
Learn How To Become a
Court Reporter Online
Why Enroll at the International Realtime Court Reporting Institute?
As the best voice writing, court reporting school on the Internet, the International Realtime Court Reporting Institute can help you change your life and make more money.
Our digital, on-demand learning platform will teach you everything there is about court reporting and voice writing on your terms—no need to change your schedule or drive to a classroom.
Who does the International Realtime Court Reporting institute Help?
The International Court Reporting Institute helps anyone who wants to become a court reporter, or broaden their skills as a court reporter.
Whether you’re a stenographer trying to elevate and secure your career for the future, or someone looking for a new, higher-paying job, the International Realtime Court Reporting Institute is here to help.
What Makes International Realtime Court Reporting Institute the Best Place to Learn?
Without question, it’s our instructors, Sarah Flynn and Colette Wayda.
Sarah Flynn, CCR, CVR-M, RVR, CLT
Founder and lead instructor – NVRA director
Sarah has been a certified court reporter since 1994 and has been working in the state of Arkansas since that time…
Colette Wayda, CCR
Colette Wayda has been teaching transcriptionists in 1995 and has been teaching voice writing court reporters since 2001…
Maranda Sullivan, RCP, Past NVRA President
Student Coordinator and CART Program Coordinator
Maranda “Mandy” Sullivan has been providing realtime CART services for over 11 years and assists our students with CART questions as well as assist students in moving along in course studies…
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