Arrangement must be made for the rental or purchase of a shorthand machine at the student’s expense prior to the first class meeting. Acquisition of a machine will be discussed at the Orientation Meeting listed below.
ORIENTATION MEETING FOR NEW AND TRANSFER STUDENTS:
Thursday, January 19, 2012
In order for a person to qualify from a school to take the state licensing examination, the person shall complete a program at a recognized school. For information concerning the minimum requirements that a court reporting program must meet in order to be recognized, contact: The Court Reporters Board of California; 2535 Capitol Oaks Dr., Suite 230, Sacramento, CA 95833; (916) 263-3660.
The College of Marin Court Reporting Program is recognized by the Court Reporters Board of California.
A MINIMUM OF EIGHT UNITS OF MACHINE SHORTHAND IS A REQUIRED COREQUISITE FOR ALL OF THE SKILL-BASED COURT REPORTING CLASSES OFFERED.
REVISED COURT SCHEDULE