Development Skills for Court Reporters (Online Training)
This course has been designed to enable participants to improve their skills in report writing. This course is highly interactive; participants will use case studies, and training notes to support the learning process. On completion, participants will be able to produce documents which are defendable in court and accurately referenced. This course is for learner who wish to develop their skills and abilities to write reports for specific legal purposes for submission to Senior Management, Board of Directors and relevant legal departments and the courts. This course will help you to understand what other professionals expect to see when they see a professional report.
- Presenting a Court Report – Appropriate Layout, Format and Style
- Applying Elements of Good Court Reports
- Reinforcing the Importance of Ethical Standards and Conduct
- Highlighting the Significance of Court Reporting Neutrality
- Developing Your Time Management and Planning Skills
- Focusing in a Stressful Environment
- Addressing Court Reporter Equipment Options
This 5-day short course carries 5 credits towards the Higher Certificate in Paralegal Studies NQF level 5. Subject to successful completion of the assessment in the specified period stipulated at the event. If a participant chooses not to complete the assessment, he/she will receive a certificate of completion only.
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