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As we at CourtScribes have covered many times on this website, the legal industry is currently experiencing a severe shortage of court reporters given the overall increase in demand for services and the pandemic’s shift to digital platforms.

This shortage presents an opportunity for those seeking a rewarding career as a digital court reporter, with average starting wages of $25 per hour.

Here in Florida, The Women’s Resource Center (WRC) is partnering with State College of Florida (SCF) to provide a virtual information session about a tuition-free digital court reporter training program. The information session is part of WRC’s monthly Career Connections program to link women to quality jobs and funded training programs.


When is This Being Offered

The free informational webinar will be offered on November 18th from noon to 1 p.m. Participants can attend by phone or computer and will be able to ask questions. Guest speakers include representatives from SCF, the online training company Ed2Go.

Graduates of the self-paced class will be ready to pass the Certified Electronic Reporter exam and can work from home or in-person providing deposition and litigation support. The webinar participants will learn about the online class, how to apply for the fully funded scholarship through CareerSource Suncoast and hear directly from an employer regarding job opportunities in this high-demand profession.

These days, digital court reporters play an essential role in the legal system by capturing and maintaining a verbatim record of court proceedings via digital audio equipment. As litigation continues to rise nationwide, and the technology used to capture testimony evolves, there is a need for digital court reporters who can work in the freelance market for a court reporting agency or as a full-time government employee at a courthouse.

WRC also offers free individual career coaching. Those interested can register at or call 941-256-9721 for more information.

If you need court reporting services that handle digital recording then which supports all states and programs that aid in the court reporting world are ready to serve you in your court reporting, videography services, interpreters, live-streaming, and video-to-text synchronization.

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